Awards to Disabled-Worker Families Table 35.

Number, average primary insurance amount, and average monthly family benefit, 2001
Average primary Number of insurance amount beneficiaries (dollars) 282,100 248,300 1,021.73 732.65 Percentage of Average monthly families receiving family benefit maximum family (dollars) benefit 994.20 716.70 10.5 22.9

Family composition Worker only Men Women Worker with children By sex of worker Men Women By number of children 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Workers with— Spouse aged 62 or older a Spouse aged 62 or older and 1 or more children Spouse and 1 child Spouse and 2 children Spouse and 3 or more children

Number of families 282,100 248,300

63,200 52,900 61,800 36,700 17,600

169,800 139,500 123,600 110,100 75,600

986.82 764.4 908.56 880.31 815.19

1,396.30 1,039.70 1,272.50 1,230.90 1,104.30

86.9 93.2 90.6 89.4 87.5

4,500
b

9,100
b

1,229.68
b

1,506.60
b

17.8
b

4,100 3,000 3,500

12,300 12,000 19,300

1,083.99 1,118.77 987.99

1,552.00 1,514.80 1,352.10

85.4 80.0 77.1

SOURCE: Annual Award and Termination Transaction file, based on a 1 percent sample. NOTES: A family means beneficiaries entitled on one worker’s account. The data may understate the number of families with dependents because records of awards to dependents made in a different calendar year are not available for inclusion. Includes beneficiaries whose benefits are being withheld. a. If the spouse is also entitled to a retired-worker benefit, only the benefit amount received as a spouse is included. b. Data not shown to avoid disclosure of information for particular individuals. CONTACT: Carolyn A. Harrison (410) 965-5522 for further information.

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Awards to Disabled-Worker Families Table 36. Distribution, by age of worker, 2001
Family composition Total, all ages Under 30 30–34 35–39 40–44 Number Worker only Worker with— Spouse Aged 62 or older a Child in care Children 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Families receiving maximum benefit c 530,400 39,400 20,400 29,600 44,700 64,400 102,600 131,800 97,500 45–49 50–54 55–59 60 or older

4,600 10,600 61,800 36,700 17,600

b b

b

b

b

b

b

1,600 4,300 5,000 3,800

1,200 9,200 8,000 5,200

2,000 12,100 9,500 3,200

1,900 11,700 5,100 2,400

1,500 10,300 3,700 600

900 1,600 6,600 1,400
b

3,500
b

6,000 3,600 1,900

1,600
b b

200,100

32,800

19,700

28,500

32,400 Percent

29,000

24,200

21,800

11,700

Worker only Worker with— Spouse Aged 62 or older a Child in care Children 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Families receiving maximum benefit c

100.0

7.4

3.9

5.6

8.4

12.1

19.3

24.9

18.4

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

b b

b

b

b

b

b

15.1 7.0 13.6 21.6

11.3 14.9 21.8 29.6

18.9 19.6 25.9 18.2

17.9 18.9 13.9 13.6

14.2 16.7 10.1 3.4

19.6 15.1 10.7 3.8
b

76.1
b

9.7 9.8 10.8

2.6
b b

30.5

64.1

56.3

53.9

45.4

34.0

20.5

15.3

11.8

SOURCE: Annual Award and Termination Transaction file, based on a 1 percent sample. NOTES: A family means beneficiaries entitled on one worker’s account. The data may understate the number of families with dependents because records of awards to dependents made in a different calendar year are not available for inclusion. Includes beneficiaries whose benefits are being withheld. a. Includes spouse aged 62 or older with children. b. Data not shown to avoid disclosure of information for particular individuals. c. Includes worker-only families. CONTACT: Carolyn A. Harrison (410) 965-5522 for further information.

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