SWA2014-Poverty | Figure 7L | Share of poverty-level-wage and non-poverty-level-wage workers with employer-sponsored health insurance and pension coverage, 2010

Note: Poverty-level-wage workers are defined as those earning at or below the hourly wage a full-time, full-year worker would have to earn to give a family of four enough income to reach but not exceed the poverty threshold ($10.73 per hour in 2010).

Source: Authors' analysis of Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement microdata

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