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total cost for all units bought (or produced) divided by the number of units

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7 million private-sector employees still had pension coverage in 2012, with an average benefit of $13,818.
One of the problems is too many claims in our state remain open too long, with average benefit payments now extending to 284 days and scores of them wind up in litigation.
With an average benefit of $130 per year per participant, about $3 billion goes unutilized each year nationwide.
And those who were approved got an average benefit last year of just $938 monthly--hardly enough to replace the average worker's income.
The average benefit a year is between pounds 1,500 to pounds 2,500 if you are lucky.
Accountants KPMG believe we all stand to gain from the Games - and the average benefit will be pounds 100 per person or more.
Menino staged a shopping spree at HiLo Foods in Jamaica Plain to demonstrate how little food can be bought with $21, a figure he says is the average benefit in Massachusetts.
Taxpayers on low and middle incomes will on average benefit by between pounds 260 and pounds 350 a year.
No doubt there are people enjoying a life of leisure on sickness benefit when they would be perfectly capable of work - although it's hard to see how, since the average benefit is around pounds 80.
4 percent cost-of-living adjustment, the average monthly benefit for retirees will increase to $955 (up $15 over the 2004 average benefit amount).
The inclusion of environmental benefits (expressed in dollar terms) together with current recycling and collection system costs provides an overall average benefit of $42 per household per year.
The average benefit for all full-time employees with life insurance in small establishments was $30,432, assuming an annual salary of $35,000.
Alternatively, the minimum benefit standard can be satisfied on the basis of the average benefit accruals or allocations provided to nonhighly compensated employees in a separate line of business.
For example, in the case of ABC Company (see "A case study"), an employee retiring early at age 55 with 15 years of service would receive an average benefit percentage of only 11 percent, which makes coverage very costly to the employee.
Findings Show a 57% Return on Investment and an Average Benefit for Lenders of $232 per Loan
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