10 jobs with the worst retirement benefits

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Research shows that retirement benefits like 401(k)s can encourage financial wellness and help employees better prepare for the future. Especially when some workers don’t have $400 saved for a financial emergency. But not every employer offers these benefits, or a match that compliments employee contributions. Bureau of Labor Statistics data analyzed by GOBankingRates.com finds that some jobs provide better retirement savings benefits than others. These 10 worst jobs for retirement benefits had the lowest employer contribution per hour.

10. Professional and technical service workers
Employer contribution per hour: $1.68
9. Installation, maintenance and repair workers
Employer contribution per hour: $1.58
8. Wholesale trade workers
Employer contribution per hour: $1.31
7. Healthcare and social assistance workers
Employer contribution per hour: $1.25
6. Office and administrative support workers
Employer contribution per hour: $0.87
5. Sales and office workers
Employer contribution per hour: $0.79
4. Real estate, rental and leasing workers
Employer contribution per hour: $0.73
3. Retail trade workers
Employer contribution per hour: $0.48
2. Administrative and waste service workers
Employer contribution per hour: $0.43
1. Accommodation and food service workers
Employer contribution per hour: $0.18