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Comparing Compensation for Federal and Private-Sector Workers: An Overview
David H. Bradley (au)
Issues related to the compensation of federal employees often center on the pay differential between federal workers and their private sector counterparts. For several years, the annual Presidentäó»s Pay Agent (PPA) study has shown a large wage penalty for federal workers compared to private sector workers in similar occupations. A few recent studies, however, which use a different analytical approach and data sources, have partially contradicted the findings of the PPA study by concluding that at least some federal workers enjoy a wage premium over comparable private sector workers. These disparate findings make it difficult to determine how compensation of federal employees compares to workers in the private sector. Based on the review of studies considered in this report, it appears there is no single study that addresses the question of compensation comparability using a widely agreed-upon methodology. Contents of this report: Introduction; The Human Capital Approach; The Jobs Analysis Approach; Methodological Considerations; Summaries of Recent Studies; Overall Considerations. This is a print on demand report.
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