Analysis of Fringe Benefits for Nonmetropolitan versus Metropolitan Employee Compensation

Jensen, Helen H.
February 1982
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Feb82, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p124
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which analyzed fringe benefits for non-metropolitan employee compensation in comparison with metropolitan employees in the United States. Description of wage and non-wage compensation of employees; Empirical analysis of employer-provided insurance in the country; Fringe benefits offered by industries; Effect of trade-unionson employer-paid contributions.


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