Annual Statistical Supplement, 2009

 

Other Social Insurance Programs and Veterans' Benefits

Other Social Insurance Programs

Temporary Disability Insurance

Table 9.C1 Selected data on state and railroad programs, 2006
State and program a Average annual covered employment (thousands) Taxable payrolls (millions of dollars) Average weekly number of beneficiaries (thousands) Average weekly benefit (dollars) Average duration per period paid (weeks) Contributions collected (millions of dollars) Net benefits paid (millions of dollars) Administrative expenditures b (millions of dollars)
California c 13,248 503,000 -- -- -- -- 4,473.2 235.8
State-operated fund 12,589 472,100 91.0 386.50 13.99 3,759.6 4,241.1 186.7
Private plans 659 30,900 -- 592.32 11.50 262.1 232.1 49.1
Hawaii d (private plans) 329 8,551 -- 388.50 4.50 60.9 43.6 --
New Jersey 3,466 e -- -- -- -- -- 589.1 32.0 f
State-operated fund 2,865 e 63,100 e -- 374.00 10.00 526.6 436.3 30.0 f
Private plans 601 e -- -- -- -- -- 152.8 2.0 f
New York 6,944 45,793 g 43.5 187.94 7.75 -- 428.7 8.0 h
Special state fund i . . . . . . 0.3 161.62 13.18 -- 2.2 --
Private plans j 6,944 45,793 43.3 188.10 7.73 -- 426.6 k --
Puerto Rico -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
State-operated fund -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Private plans -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Rhode Island (state-operated fund) 422 12,594 8.6 365.68 10.56 173.7 163.3 7.9
Railroad (publicly operated fund) 236 3,480 5.0 l 279.65 m 14.00 m n 43.7 o n
SOURCES: State agencies and Railroad Retirement Board.
NOTES: Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components.
. . . = not applicable; -- = not available.
a. Statutory programs providing short-term cash benefits to employees unable to work because of nonoccupational illness or injury.
b. State cost of administering state program and of supervising private plans.
c. Benefits and beneficiary data are for periods paid or terminated in 2006.
d. Includes data not shown separately for special fund for workers whose disability begins during unemployment. In 2006, the fund paid $52,056 in benefits.
e. Estimated data.
f. State fiscal year data (July 1–June 30).
g. First $7,000 of earnings of each employee, which was paid by the employer during the calendar year.
h. State fiscal year data (April 1–March 31).
i. For workers whose disability begins during unemployment.
j. Includes State Insurance Fund of $10.5 million.
k. Includes medical, surgical, and hospital benefits amounting to $3.4 million paid under approved plans. In previous versions of this table, reported medical costs were not limited to those for disability claimants. Because of this error, net benefits paid in years prior to 2006 were overstated.
l. For 14-day registration period.
m. For benefit year 2005–2006 (July 1, 2005–June 30, 2006).
n. Single system of contributions and administrative operations for railroad unemployment insurance and temporary disability; collections amounted to $87.3 million and administrative expenses to $15.2 million for the system in 2006.
o. Of this amount, $39.9 million was for regular benefits and $3.8 million for extended benefits.
CONTACT: Alex Wasarhelyi (410) 965-8752 or supplement@ssa.gov.