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Jobs
Description: In MEPS, a job is defined as a definite arrangement for regular work every week or month, for pay or other compensation (e.g., profits, anticipated profits, or pay in kind, such as room and board). A job may also be a formal arrangement with one or more employers to work on a continuing basis for a specified number of hours per week or days per month, but on an irregular schedule during the specified week or month. Job-related insurance coverage can vary significantly based on employer characteristics such as type of industry, length of time in business, number of full- and part-time workers, salary levels of the workers, and the physical location of the establishment. Jobs Files are available as full year files.
Data tables: No jobs data are available in the HC Summary Data Tables at this time. Employment data is available, refer to MEPS Topic Employment Status.
Analytic tools: No job variables are available with the MEPSnet query tools at this time.
Publications: Publications are listed in reverse chronological order (most recent first).
Results from the 2016 MEPS-IC Private-Sector National Tables 
Statistical Brief #503 
Results from the 2015 MEPS-IC Private-Sector National Tables 
Statistical Brief #492 
Differences in Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance by Average Wage, Private Sector, 2011 
Statistical Brief #394 
Offer Rates, Enrollment Rates, Premiums, and Employee Contributions for Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance in the Private Sector for the 10 Largest Metropolitan Areas, 2011 
Statistical Brief #391 
Health Insurance Coverage of Near Elderly Individuals, Ages 55-64, 2006 
Statistical Brief #239 
Health Insurance Status of Full Time Workers by Demographic and Employer Characteristics, 2006 
Statistical Brief #234 
Premiums, Employer Costs, and Employee Contributions for Private Sector Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance, Single Coverage by Firm Size, 1996-2006 
Statistical Brief #231 
Premiums, Employer Costs, and Employee Contributions for Private Sector Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance, Family Coverage by Firm Size, 1996-2006 
Statistical Brief #230 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance for State and Local Governments, by Census Division, 2006 
Statistical Brief #223 
Co-pays, Deductibles, and Coinsurance Percentages for Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance in the Non-Federal Workforce, by Industry Classification, 2006 
Statistical Brief #219 
Co-pays, Deductibles, and Coinsurance Percentages for Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance in the State and Local Government Workforce, by Census Division, 2006 
Statistical Brief #218 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance for Small Employers in the Private Sector, by Industry Classification, 2006 
Statistical Brief #212 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance for Large Employers in the Private Sector, by Industry Classification, 2006 
Statistical Brief #211 
Aligning the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey to Aggregate U.S. Benchmarks 
Working Paper #8006 
Aligning the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey to Aggregate U.S. Benchmarks (replaced by Working Paper #8006) 
Working Paper #7002 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance for Small Employers in the Private Sector, by Industry Classification, 2005 
Statistical Brief #175 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance for Large Employers in the Private Sector, by Industry Classification, 2005 
Statistical Brief #174 
Updates to the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Insurance Component List Sample Design, 2004 
Methodology Report #18 
Additional Imputations of Employer Information for the Insurance Component of the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey since 1996 
Methodology Report #17 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance for Small Employers in the Private Sector, by Industry Classification, 2004 
Statistical Brief #133 
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