Many employers offer retirement plans to their employees, and the best include a contribution by the employer that is in addition to whatever the employee saves for themselves. But there’s a wide variation in the amount of money an employer contributes to your retirement, depending on what industry you work in.
Experts analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2017 Employer Costs for Employee Compensation data and determined the best occupations for retirement benefits based on the field with the largest employer contribution per hour. The worst jobs for retirement benefits had the lowest employer contribution per hour.
It always helps your future when you can take advantage of retirement benefits, so you’ll want to know which industries offer this sought-after perk.