Annual Statistical Supplement, 2010

 

Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance

Insured Workers

Table 4.C1 Estimated number of insured workers, by insured status, December 31, 1940–2010 (in millions)
Year Fully insured for retirement benefits, survivor benefits, or both Insured in event of disability
Total Permanently insured Not permanently insured
1940 24.2 1.1 23.1 . . .
1941 25.8 1.4 24.4 . . .
1942 28.1 1.8 26.3 . . .
1943 29.9 2.3 27.6 . . .
1944 31.9 2.8 29.1 . . .
1945 33.4 3.4 30.0 . . .
1946 35.4 8.6 26.8 . . .
1947 37.3 11.6 25.7 . . .
1948 38.9 13.2 25.7 . . .
1949 40.1 14.9 25.2 . . .
1950 59.8 21.0 38.8 . . .
1951 62.8 22.9 39.9 . . .
1952 68.2 25.6 42.7 . . .
1953 71.0 27.7 43.4 . . .
1954 70.2 29.9 40.4 31.9
1955 70.5 32.5 38.0 35.4
1956 74.0 36.1 38.0 37.2
1957 76.1 38.3 37.9 38.4
1958 76.5 40.3 36.2 43.4
1959 76.7 42.2 34.6 46.4
1960 84.4 47.6 36.8 48.5
1961 88.5 53.3 35.3 50.5
1962 89.8 54.9 34.8 51.5
1963 91.3 56.6 34.7 52.3
1964 92.8 58.3 34.5 53.3
1965 94.8 60.2 34.6 55.0
1966 97.2 61.9 35.3 55.7
1967 99.9 63.3 36.6 56.9
1968 102.6 64.5 38.1 70.9
1969 106.1 66.6 39.5 73.2
1970 108.8 67.8 41.0 75.3
1971 111.2 68.9 42.4 77.0
1972 113.9 70.2 43.7 78.8
1973 117.1 71.6 45.5 81.4
1974 120.6 73.1 47.5 84.3
1975 124.1 75.3 48.8 86.3
1976 126.9 77.1 49.9 87.8
1977 130.0 79.1 50.9 89.7
1978 134.2 81.3 52.9 94.1
1979 138.3 83.9 54.4 97.8
1980 141.2 86.1 55.1 100.5
1981 143.6 88.7 54.9 102.3
1982 145.5 91.5 54.0 103.7
1983 147.2 94.7 52.5 104.7
1984 149.0 97.5 51.5 106.3
1985 151.5 100.6 50.9 108.8
1986 154.0 104.0 50.0 110.9
1987 156.3 107.9 48.4 113.1
1988 159.0 111.2 47.8 115.2
1989 162.1 114.2 47.9 117.5
1990 164.4 116.7 47.7 119.4
1991 166.3 119.1 47.3 120.7
1992 168.0 121.5 46.5 121.9
1993 169.5 123.9 45.6 123.3
1994 171.2 126.2 45.0 125.0
1995 173.6 128.7 44.9 127.0
1996 175.7 131.1 44.5 129.0
1997 178.0 133.9 44.1 131.0
1998 180.4 136.4 44.0 133.3
1999 183.3 138.9 44.3 135.6
2000 185.7 140.8 44.9 137.9
2001 188.1 142.9 45.2 139.9
2002 190.2 144.9 45.3 141.2
2003 192.0 147.0 45.0 142.3
2004 193.7 149.0 44.8 143.6
2005 195.9 151.2 44.7 145.3
2006 198.2 153.3 44.9 147.0
2007 200.6 155.6 45.0 148.4
2008 202.7 157.6 45.1 150.2
2009 204.6 159.5 45.1 151.4
2010 206.5 161.4 45.0 152.4
SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Continuous Work History Sample, 1 percent sample.
NOTES: Insured workers are those who have accumulated sufficient quarters of coverage over their working lifetimes to be eligible for benefits.
Figures are subject to revision.
Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components.
. . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Michael Stephens (410) 965-3028 or supplement@ssa.gov.
Table 4.C2 Estimated number of insured workers, by insured status, sex, and age, December 31, 1970–2010, selected years (in thousands)
Year Total, all ages Under 20 20–24 25–29 30–34 35–39 40–44 45–49 50–54 55–59 60–64 65–69 70–74 75 or older
Fully insured for retirement benefits, survivor benefits, or both
Total
1970 108,831 4,097 14,816 12,796 10,196 9,252 9,715 10,072 9,280 8,045 6,782 5,280 3,798 4,703
1975 124,103 5,286 16,916 16,906 12,805 10,201 9,269 9,663 9,786 8,786 7,582 6,291 4,577 6,034
1980 141,198 6,505 19,163 19,266 17,074 12,893 10,306 9,247 9,492 9,375 8,295 7,006 5,341 7,235
1985 151,506 4,245 17,758 20,785 19,309 17,041 12,898 10,297 9,111 9,130 8,836 7,465 6,005 8,626
1990 164,424 4,761 16,473 20,503 21,124 19,339 17,092 12,848 10,162 8,862 8,678 8,077 6,452 10,053
1995 173,575 3,960 14,904 18,545 20,897 21,305 19,359 16,996 12,673 9,880 8,589 7,977 7,057 11,434
1996 175,662 4,204 14,630 18,560 20,397 21,481 19,861 17,521 13,438 10,277 8,553 7,943 7,032 11,764
1997 177,980 4,355 14,694 18,442 19,873 21,564 20,366 17,750 14,371 10,825 8,791 7,861 7,059 12,028
1998 180,435 4,618 14,991 18,190 19,418 21,638 20,726 18,221 15,067 11,445 8,957 7,801 7,064 12,297
1999 183,251 4,835 15,415 17,846 19,165 21,532 21,086 18,730 15,869 11,945 9,406 7,861 7,004 12,558
2000 185,699 4,902 15,916 17,430 19,187 21,219 21,398 19,258 16,754 12,364 9,580 7,892 7,014 12,784
2001 188,073 4,809 16,357 17,164 19,240 20,772 21,615 19,790 17,268 13,096 9,970 7,999 6,996 12,996
2002 190,241 4,423 16,630 17,274 19,207 20,325 21,822 20,333 17,460 13,973 10,457 8,155 6,970 13,212
2003 192,000 3,984 16,638 17,496 18,931 19,867 21,876 20,731 17,932 14,649 11,081 8,454 6,929 13,432
2004 193,727 3,710 16,549 17,844 18,552 19,590 21,773 21,094 18,458 15,420 11,456 8,677 6,989 13,614
2005 195,915 3,617 16,466 18,277 18,106 19,575 21,443 21,422 19,009 16,269 11,922 8,945 7,049 13,816
2006 198,158 3,647 16,433 18,681 17,786 19,608 20,971 21,634 19,556 16,773 12,616 9,297 7,135 14,020
2007 200,594 3,648 16,475 19,032 17,768 19,484 20,459 21,736 20,078 17,034 13,522 9,832 7,295 14,231
2008 202,709 3,622 16,361 19,292 18,002 19,238 20,026 21,808 20,484 17,502 14,115 10,336 7,563 14,359
2009 204,581 3,460 16,283 19,396 18,363 18,894 19,757 21,738 20,829 18,042 14,728 10,714 7,784 14,593
2010 206,453 3,218 16,213 19,418 18,820 18,474 19,747 21,435 21,151 18,583 15,547 11,061 8,025 14,761
Male
1970 63,264 2,697 8,476 7,161 5,886 5,453 5,703 5,801 5,375 4,787 3,977 3,033 2,172 2,741
1975 69,527 3,199 9,369 9,127 7,198 5,881 5,392 5,585 5,582 5,031 4,309 3,422 2,413 3,018
1980 76,866 3,667 10,229 10,203 9,231 7,182 5,831 5,278 5,403 5,298 4,622 3,758 2,752 3,413
1985 80,975 2,291 9,420 10,885 10,248 9,204 7,102 5,738 5,126 5,136 4,882 3,966 3,066 3,911
1990 86,693 2,542 8,668 10,750 11,073 10,203 9,117 6,971 5,592 4,931 4,780 4,294 3,296 4,477
1995 90,567 2,064 7,730 9,661 10,963 11,157 10,140 8,970 6,801 5,382 4,713 4,270 3,633 5,085
1996 91,439 2,164 7,569 9,641 10,693 11,235 10,392 9,201 7,182 5,567 4,670 4,254 3,623 5,248
1997 92,474 2,242 7,574 9,544 10,397 11,267 10,643 9,282 7,643 5,842 4,784 4,229 3,646 5,380
1998 93,523 2,374 7,694 9,389 10,131 11,300 10,816 9,501 7,966 6,145 4,861 4,189 3,650 5,507
1999 94,758 2,490 7,870 9,180 9,972 11,239 10,988 9,745 8,345 6,388 5,069 4,210 3,629 5,634
2000 95,969 2,520 8,152 8,960 10,022 11,084 11,139 10,004 8,773 6,588 5,130 4,203 3,646 5,748
2001 96,998 2,463 8,377 8,795 10,016 10,851 11,236 10,267 8,996 6,947 5,311 4,241 3,638 5,859
2002 97,943 2,252 8,515 8,844 9,962 10,608 11,325 10,535 9,062 7,373 5,562 4,308 3,622 5,977
2003 98,644 2,021 8,494 8,941 9,798 10,365 11,345 10,731 9,280 7,683 5,853 4,442 3,596 6,096
2004 99,381 1,861 8,459 9,108 9,578 10,217 11,290 10,911 9,536 8,045 6,020 4,537 3,621 6,200
2005 100,350 1,801 8,417 9,320 9,314 10,196 11,133 11,073 9,805 8,453 6,222 4,657 3,641 6,319
2006 101,353 1,811 8,380 9,533 9,118 10,188 10,895 11,174 10,083 8,675 6,555 4,826 3,689 6,427
2007 102,424 1,806 8,378 9,716 9,092 10,089 10,631 11,215 10,343 8,774 6,994 5,080 3,767 6,539
2008 103,354 1,794 8,311 9,840 9,195 9,939 10,403 11,248 10,540 8,990 7,265 5,312 3,896 6,619
2009 104,205 1,711 8,253 9,888 9,365 9,738 10,254 11,206 10,702 9,249 7,591 5,507 3,996 6,745
2010 105,028 1,588 8,199 9,896 9,591 9,497 10,228 11,052 10,852 9,511 7,992 5,669 4,108 6,845
Female
1970 45,568 1,399 6,340 5,636 4,310 3,799 4,012 4,270 3,904 3,257 2,805 2,248 1,626 1,961
1975 54,575 2,087 7,547 7,779 5,607 4,320 3,877 4,078 4,204 3,755 3,272 2,869 2,163 3,016
1980 64,331 2,838 8,934 9,063 7,843 5,711 4,475 3,968 4,089 4,077 3,673 3,248 2,589 3,822
1985 70,530 1,954 8,338 9,900 9,061 7,837 5,796 4,560 3,985 3,993 3,954 3,499 2,939 4,714
1990 77,731 2,219 7,805 9,754 10,051 9,136 7,975 5,877 4,570 3,931 3,898 3,783 3,155 5,576
1995 83,008 1,896 7,174 8,884 9,934 10,148 9,219 8,026 5,872 4,499 3,876 3,708 3,425 6,349
1996 84,223 2,041 7,061 8,919 9,704 10,246 9,469 8,319 6,256 4,710 3,883 3,689 3,409 6,516
1997 85,506 2,114 7,120 8,899 9,476 10,297 9,723 8,468 6,729 4,982 4,006 3,632 3,413 6,648
1998 86,912 2,244 7,297 8,802 9,287 10,339 9,909 8,720 7,101 5,301 4,097 3,612 3,413 6,790
1999 88,494 2,345 7,545 8,665 9,193 10,293 10,098 8,985 7,525 5,557 4,337 3,652 3,375 6,925
2000 89,730 2,382 7,764 8,470 9,165 10,135 10,259 9,255 7,981 5,776 4,451 3,689 3,368 7,036
2001 91,075 2,346 7,980 8,369 9,224 9,921 10,379 9,523 8,271 6,150 4,659 3,758 3,358 7,137
2002 92,298 2,171 8,115 8,430 9,245 9,717 10,497 9,798 8,399 6,600 4,896 3,847 3,348 7,235
2003 93,356 1,963 8,144 8,555 9,133 9,503 10,531 9,999 8,652 6,966 5,228 4,012 3,333 7,337
2004 94,346 1,849 8,089 8,736 8,974 9,373 10,483 10,183 8,922 7,375 5,436 4,140 3,369 7,415
2005 95,565 1,816 8,049 8,957 8,792 9,379 10,309 10,349 9,204 7,816 5,700 4,288 3,408 7,497
2006 96,806 1,837 8,053 9,148 8,669 9,420 10,076 10,460 9,473 8,098 6,062 4,471 3,446 7,593
2007 98,170 1,842 8,096 9,316 8,676 9,395 9,828 10,521 9,735 8,260 6,528 4,753 3,529 7,692
2008 99,355 1,829 8,050 9,453 8,807 9,299 9,622 10,560 9,944 8,512 6,850 5,024 3,667 7,740
2009 100,377 1,749 8,030 9,508 8,998 9,157 9,503 10,532 10,127 8,793 7,136 5,208 3,788 7,848
2010 101,425 1,630 8,014 9,523 9,229 8,977 9,519 10,384 10,300 9,071 7,554 5,391 3,917 7,916
Insured in event of disability a
Total
1970 75,342 3,954 12,787 10,054 7,369 6,832 7,445 7,829 7,190 6,500 5,383 . . . . . . . . .
1975 86,286 5,056 14,580 13,509 9,445 7,693 7,341 7,784 7,872 6,978 6,029 . . . . . . . . .
1980 100,458 6,348 17,534 16,288 13,106 9,807 8,260 7,579 7,732 7,500 6,303 . . . . . . . . .
1985 108,764 4,093 15,972 18,088 15,903 13,653 10,581 8,640 7,604 7,422 6,809 . . . . . . . . .
1990 119,391 4,576 15,177 18,154 17,830 16,089 14,158 10,834 8,570 7,310 6,694 . . . . . . . . .
1995 126,975 3,789 13,484 16,537 18,116 18,245 16,575 14,480 10,813 8,274 6,662 . . . . . . . . .
1996 128,983 4,046 13,317 16,562 17,710 18,441 17,068 14,965 11,516 8,592 6,768 . . . . . . . . .
1997 131,039 4,206 13,527 16,439 17,271 18,586 17,503 15,175 12,313 9,135 6,887 . . . . . . . . .
1998 133,258 4,469 13,829 16,280 16,896 18,638 17,885 15,597 12,892 9,677 7,096 . . . . . . . . .
1999 135,626 4,692 14,214 16,028 16,710 18,638 18,210 16,143 13,595 10,087 7,311 . . . . . . . . .
2000 137,925 4,760 14,699 15,640 16,772 18,426 18,554 16,727 14,368 10,419 7,560 . . . . . . . . .
2001 139,891 4,657 15,007 15,385 16,866 18,103 18,790 17,255 14,865 11,101 7,863 . . . . . . . . .
2002 141,159 4,225 14,987 15,449 16,754 17,698 18,954 17,710 15,101 11,896 8,385 . . . . . . . . .
2003 142,266 3,772 14,800 15,585 16,548 17,332 19,003 18,100 15,507 12,495 8,898 228 . . . . . .
2004 143,637 3,515 14,647 15,813 16,238 17,111 18,940 18,383 16,033 13,180 9,300 478 . . . . . .
2005 145,281 3,441 14,644 16,168 15,787 17,136 18,640 18,645 16,582 13,880 9,589 769 . . . . . .
2006 146,970 3,500 14,780 16,515 15,436 17,138 18,219 18,774 17,032 14,313 10,204 1,060 . . . . . .
2007 148,438 3,516 14,861 16,788 15,451 16,918 17,697 18,824 17,417 14,509 10,948 1,508 . . . . . .
2008 150,221 3,485 14,780 17,102 15,756 16,786 17,346 18,902 17,773 14,962 11,447 1,882 . . . . . .
2009 151,359 3,322 14,685 17,219 16,161 16,556 17,199 18,899 18,048 15,467 11,996 1,808 . . . . . .
2010 152,352 3,083 14,605 17,269 16,638 16,241 17,222 18,684 18,330 15,873 12,609 1,798 . . . . . .
Male
1970 50,157 2,602 7,757 6,590 5,380 5,003 5,236 5,248 4,682 4,200 3,457 . . . . . . . . .
1975 54,763 3,063 8,450 8,276 6,459 5,368 4,949 5,073 4,992 4,351 3,783 . . . . . . . . .
1980 60,289 3,584 9,661 9,281 8,107 6,372 5,258 4,737 4,794 4,617 3,880 . . . . . . . . .
1985 62,614 2,234 8,702 9,988 9,161 8,080 6,292 5,093 4,500 4,445 4,120 . . . . . . . . .
1990 66,630 2,452 8,185 9,842 9,945 9,122 7,955 6,104 4,862 4,217 3,946 . . . . . . . . .
1995 69,386 1,974 7,164 8,903 9,964 10,132 9,105 7,825 5,913 4,610 3,798 . . . . . . . . .
1996 70,188 2,089 7,025 8,872 9,726 10,214 9,367 8,048 6,266 4,730 3,853 . . . . . . . . .
1997 71,024 2,169 7,077 8,771 9,476 10,244 9,597 8,126 6,661 5,007 3,898 . . . . . . . . .
1998 71,942 2,306 7,189 8,614 9,241 10,273 9,767 8,338 6,932 5,298 3,983 . . . . . . . . .
1999 72,936 2,425 7,352 8,431 9,089 10,244 9,925 8,624 7,262 5,493 4,092 . . . . . . . . .
2000 73,897 2,442 7,588 8,182 9,079 10,093 10,093 8,954 7,620 5,653 4,194 . . . . . . . . .
2001 74,698 2,380 7,725 8,022 9,072 9,906 10,190 9,230 7,853 5,993 4,327 . . . . . . . . .
2002 75,152 2,146 7,719 8,012 8,982 9,659 10,248 9,470 7,946 6,378 4,592 . . . . . . . . .
2003 75,547 1,906 7,609 8,055 8,812 9,447 10,277 9,642 8,148 6,663 4,864 122 . . . . . .
2004 76,132 1,754 7,544 8,165 8,619 9,298 10,248 9,784 8,412 6,984 5,060 265 . . . . . .
2005 76,866 1,702 7,531 8,339 8,353 9,291 10,082 9,921 8,719 7,305 5,196 427 . . . . . .
2006 77,607 1,732 7,569 8,503 8,160 9,254 9,867 9,980 8,958 7,502 5,500 583 . . . . . .
2007 78,241 1,735 7,620 8,640 8,109 9,134 9,586 10,002 9,159 7,572 5,863 822 . . . . . .
2008 78,822 1,720 7,588 8,780 8,247 9,020 9,327 9,983 9,283 7,775 6,087 1,011 . . . . . .
2009 79,212 1,637 7,497 8,813 8,443 8,863 9,225 9,972 9,384 8,020 6,380 977 . . . . . .
2010 79,492 1,515 7,409 8,832 8,683 8,658 9,213 9,868 9,515 8,196 6,643 958 . . . . . .
Female
1970 25,185 1,352 5,030 3,464 1,989 1,829 2,209 2,581 2,508 2,299 1,925 . . . . . . . . .
1975 31,523 1,994 6,130 5,233 2,986 2,325 2,393 2,711 2,880 2,627 2,245 . . . . . . . . .
1980 40,169 2,764 7,874 7,007 4,999 3,436 3,002 2,843 2,938 2,883 2,423 . . . . . . . . .
1985 46,150 1,859 7,271 8,099 6,742 5,573 4,290 3,548 3,103 2,977 2,689 . . . . . . . . .
1990 52,761 2,123 6,992 8,312 7,885 6,967 6,203 4,730 3,709 3,094 2,748 . . . . . . . . .
1995 57,588 1,815 6,321 7,634 8,152 8,114 7,470 6,655 4,901 3,664 2,864 . . . . . . . . .
1996 58,795 1,957 6,292 7,690 7,984 8,227 7,701 6,917 5,250 3,862 2,914 . . . . . . . . .
1997 60,014 2,037 6,450 7,668 7,794 8,342 7,906 7,049 5,652 4,128 2,989 . . . . . . . . .
1998 61,317 2,163 6,641 7,666 7,655 8,365 8,118 7,259 5,960 4,379 3,113 . . . . . . . . .
1999 62,690 2,267 6,862 7,596 7,621 8,394 8,285 7,519 6,333 4,594 3,220 . . . . . . . . .
2000 64,028 2,318 7,112 7,458 7,693 8,333 8,461 7,773 6,748 4,766 3,367 . . . . . . . . .
2001 65,193 2,277 7,282 7,363 7,794 8,197 8,600 8,025 7,013 5,108 3,536 . . . . . . . . .
2002 66,008 2,079 7,268 7,437 7,772 8,039 8,706 8,240 7,155 5,518 3,793 . . . . . . . . .
2003 66,719 1,866 7,190 7,530 7,736 7,884 8,725 8,457 7,359 5,832 4,033 105 . . . . . .
2004 67,506 1,761 7,103 7,648 7,620 7,813 8,692 8,599 7,621 6,196 4,241 213 . . . . . .
2005 68,415 1,739 7,113 7,829 7,434 7,845 8,558 8,724 7,863 6,575 4,393 342 . . . . . .
2006 69,363 1,768 7,212 8,013 7,277 7,884 8,352 8,794 8,073 6,810 4,704 477 . . . . . .
2007 70,196 1,781 7,242 8,148 7,342 7,785 8,111 8,822 8,258 6,937 5,085 686 . . . . . .
2008 71,398 1,765 7,192 8,322 7,509 7,766 8,019 8,919 8,490 7,187 5,359 871 . . . . . .
2009 72,147 1,685 7,188 8,406 7,719 7,693 7,974 8,926 8,664 7,447 5,615 831 . . . . . .
2010 72,860 1,567 7,196 8,437 7,955 7,583 8,009 8,816 8,814 7,677 5,965 840 . . . . . .
SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Continuous Work History Sample, 1 percent sample.
NOTES: Insured workers are those who have accumulated sufficient quarters of coverage over their working lifetimes to be eligible for benefits.
Figures are subject to revision.
Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components.
. . . = not applicable.
a. Figures exclude people at or above normal (or full) retirement age because they are not eligible to receive disability benefits.
CONTACT: Michael Stephens (410) 965-3028 or supplement@ssa.gov.
Table 4.C5 Estimated size of the population in the Social Security area and percentage fully insured, by sex and age, 2006–2010 (in thousands)
Age at end of year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Population Percentage fully insured Population Percentage fully insured Population Percentage fully insured Population Percentage fully insured Population Percentage fully insured
Total
Total 305,953 88 a 308,904 88 a 311,881 88 a 314,817 88 a 317,717 88 a
Under 15 63,212 b 63,423 b 63,625 b 63,901 b 64,242 b
15–19 21,711 17 21,932 17 22,085 16 22,069 16 21,924 15
20–24 21,055 78 21,151 78 21,418 76 21,787 75 22,171 73
25–29 20,799 90 21,186 90 21,449 90 21,611 90 21,757 89
30–34 19,873 89 19,956 89 20,196 89 20,549 89 20,973 90
35–39 21,574 91 21,525 91 21,316 90 20,995 90 20,589 90
40–44 22,676 92 22,207 92 21,812 92 21,600 91 21,657 91
45–49 23,281 93 23,360 93 23,419 93 23,352 93 23,061 93
50–54 21,202 92 21,727 92 22,152 92 22,495 93 22,806 93
55–59 18,468 91 18,687 91 19,135 91 19,661 92 20,193 92
60–64 14,219 89 15,079 90 15,743 90 16,486 89 17,315 90
65–69 10,956 85 11,481 86 12,003 86 12,424 86 12,755 87
70–74 8,779 81 8,926 82 9,149 83 9,387 83 9,640 83
75 or older 18,147 77 18,265 78 18,378 78 18,499 79 18,634 79
Male
Subtotal 151,861 92 a 153,428 92 a 154,935 91 a 156,417 91 a 157,886 91 a
Under 15 32,302 b 32,413 b 32,517 b 32,660 b 32,838 b
15–19 11,118 16 11,222 16 11,289 16 11,273 15 11,192 14
20–24 10,853 77 10,888 77 11,004 76 11,170 74 11,345 72
25–29 10,728 89 10,938 89 11,067 89 11,141 89 11,201 88
30–34 10,159 90 10,222 89 10,349 89 10,531 89 10,750 89
35–39 10,973 93 10,956 92 10,847 92 10,684 91 10,480 91
40–44 11,461 95 11,241 95 11,049 94 10,945 94 10,976 93
45–49 11,650 96 11,698 96 11,741 96 11,722 96 11,589 95
50–54 10,507 96 10,777 96 10,988 96 11,161 96 11,324 96
55–59 9,058 96 9,165 96 9,385 96 9,647 96 9,912 96
60–64 6,870 95 7,297 96 7,622 95 7,987 95 8,394 95
65–69 5,180 93 5,436 93 5,691 93 5,896 93 6,056 94
70–74 4,011 92 4,093 92 4,208 93 4,328 92 4,453 92
75 or older 6,991 92 7,084 92 7,176 92 7,271 93 7,376 93
Female
Subtotal 154,093 84 a 155,476 85 a 156,946 85 a 158,399 85 a 159,832 85 a
Under 15 30,910 b 31,009 b 31,108 b 31,241 b 31,404 b
15–19 10,593 17 10,711 17 10,796 17 10,796 16 10,732 15
20–24 10,203 79 10,263 79 10,414 77 10,617 76 10,826 74
25–29 10,071 91 10,248 91 10,382 91 10,470 91 10,556 90
30–34 9,714 89 9,734 89 9,847 89 10,019 90 10,223 90
35–39 10,601 89 10,569 89 10,469 89 10,311 89 10,109 89
40–44 11,215 90 10,966 90 10,763 89 10,654 89 10,681 89
45–49 11,632 90 11,662 90 11,678 90 11,629 91 11,472 91
50–54 10,695 89 10,950 89 11,163 89 11,334 89 11,482 90
55–59 9,410 86 9,523 87 9,750 87 10,014 88 10,281 88
60–64 7,349 82 7,782 84 8,121 84 8,499 84 8,921 85
65–69 5,776 77 6,045 79 6,312 80 6,528 80 6,699 80
70–74 4,768 72 4,832 73 4,941 74 5,059 75 5,187 76
75 or older 11,156 68 11,181 69 11,203 69 11,228 70 11,259 70
SOURCE: Census Bureau.
NOTES: Population in the Social Security area includes residents of the 50 states and the District of Columbia adjusted for net census undercount; civilian residents of American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands; federal civilian employees and persons in the armed forces abroad and their dependents; crew members of merchant vessels; and all other U.S. citizens abroad.
Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components.
Population estimates are subject to revision.
a. Percentage of population aged 20 or older and fully insured.
b. Less than 0.5 percent.
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Table 4.C6 Period life table, 2006
Exact age Male Female
Death probability a Number
of lives b
Life expectancy Death probability a Number
of lives b
Life expectancy
0 .007349 100,000 75.10 .006055 100,000 80.21
1 .000465 99,265 74.66 .000433 99,395 79.70
2 .000321 99,219 73.69 .000276 99,351 78.73
3 .000244 99,187 72.72 .000184 99,324 77.75
4 .000194 99,163 71.74 .000160 99,306 76.77
5 .000181 99,144 70.75 .000144 99,290 75.78
6 .000174 99,126 69.76 .000133 99,276 74.79
7 .000163 99,108 68.77 .000124 99,262 73.80
8 .000142 99,092 67.79 .000113 99,250 72.81
9 .000112 99,078 66.79 .000102 99,239 71.82
10 .000085 99,067 65.80 .000093 99,229 70.82
11 .000085 99,059 64.81 .000094 99,220 69.83
12 .000135 99,050 63.81 .000113 99,210 68.84
13 .000251 99,037 62.82 .000153 99,199 67.85
14 .000416 99,012 61.84 .000210 99,184 66.86
15 .000595 98,971 60.86 .000274 99,163 65.87
16 .000765 98,912 59.90 .000335 99,136 64.89
17 .000928 98,836 58.94 .000385 99,103 63.91
18 .001077 98,745 58.00 .000418 99,064 62.93
19 .001208 98,638 57.06 .000438 99,023 61.96
20 .001343 98,519 56.13 .000457 98,980 60.99
21 .001470 98,387 55.20 .000479 98,934 60.01
22 .001549 98,242 54.28 .000497 98,887 59.04
23 .001567 98,090 53.37 .000511 98,838 58.07
24 .001540 97,936 52.45 .000523 98,787 57.10
25 .001496 97,785 51.53 .000536 98,736 56.13
26 .001459 97,639 50.61 .000550 98,683 55.16
27 .001432 97,497 49.68 .000567 98,629 54.19
28 .001426 97,357 48.75 .000588 98,573 53.22
29 .001436 97,218 47.82 .000612 98,515 52.25
30 .001454 97,079 46.89 .000641 98,454 51.28
31 .001473 96,938 45.96 .000677 98,391 50.32
32 .001504 96,795 45.02 .000720 98,325 49.35
33 .001546 96,649 44.09 .000772 98,254 48.39
34 .001603 96,500 43.16 .000833 98,178 47.42
35 .001673 96,345 42.23 .000903 98,096 46.46
36 .001761 96,184 41.30 .000982 98,008 45.50
37 .001876 96,014 40.37 .001073 97,911 44.55
38 .002021 95,834 39.44 .001179 97,806 43.59
39 .002193 95,641 38.52 .001299 97,691 42.65
40 .002391 95,431 37.61 .001430 97,564 41.70
41 .002607 95,203 36.69 .001570 97,425 40.76
42 .002842 94,955 35.79 .001720 97,272 39.82
43 .003091 94,685 34.89 .001878 97,104 38.89
44 .003360 94,392 34.00 .002046 96,922 37.96
45 .003646 94,075 33.11 .002229 96,724 37.04
46 .003960 93,732 32.23 .002423 96,508 36.12
47 .004316 93,361 31.35 .002622 96,274 35.21
48 .004721 92,958 30.49 .002826 96,022 34.30
49 .005166 92,519 29.63 .003038 95,750 33.39
50 .005660 92,041 28.78 .003275 95,460 32.49
51 .006171 91,520 27.94 .003535 95,147 31.60
52 .006653 90,955 27.11 .003798 94,811 30.71
53 .007085 90,350 26.29 .004061 94,450 29.83
54 .007498 89,710 25.48 .004338 94,067 28.94
55 .007936 89,037 24.66 .004640 93,659 28.07
56 .008451 88,331 23.86 .004993 93,224 27.20
57 .009063 87,584 23.06 .005419 92,759 26.33
58 .009797 86,790 22.26 .005936 92,256 25.47
59 .010643 85,940 21.48 .006534 91,708 24.62
60 .011599 85,026 20.70 .007219 91,109 23.78
61 .012624 84,039 19.94 .007956 90,452 22.95
62 .013684 82,978 19.19 .008698 89,732 22.13
63 .014759 81,843 18.45 .009424 88,951 21.32
64 .015890 80,635 17.72 .010174 88,113 20.52
65 .017161 79,354 17.00 .011009 87,217 19.72
66 .018610 77,992 16.28 .011986 86,257 18.94
67 .020216 76,540 15.58 .013117 85,223 18.16
68 .021992 74,993 14.89 .014430 84,105 17.40
69 .023966 73,344 14.22 .015924 82,891 16.64
70 .026212 71,586 13.55 .017646 81,571 15.90
71 .028725 69,710 12.91 .019544 80,132 15.18
72 .031450 67,707 12.27 .021523 78,566 14.47
73 .034385 65,578 11.65 .023551 76,875 13.78
74 .037599 63,323 11.05 .025717 75,064 13.10
75 .041267 60,942 10.46 .028247 73,134 12.43
76 .045411 58,427 9.89 .031187 71,068 11.78
77 .049921 55,774 9.34 .034405 68,852 11.14
78 .054797 52,990 8.80 .037905 66,483 10.52
79 .060154 50,086 8.29 .041808 63,963 9.92
80 .066266 47,073 7.78 .046337 61,289 9.33
81 .073175 43,954 7.30 .051587 58,449 8.76
82 .080723 40,737 6.84 .057503 55,433 8.21
83 .088916 37,449 6.39 .064135 52,246 7.68
84 .097922 34,119 5.97 .071587 48,895 7.17
85 .107951 30,778 5.56 .079984 45,395 6.68
86 .119182 27,456 5.18 .089431 41,764 6.22
87 .131736 24,183 4.81 .100009 38,029 5.78
88 .145669 20,998 4.46 .111773 34,226 5.37
89 .160978 17,939 4.14 .124745 30,400 4.98
90 .177636 15,051 3.84 .138938 26,608 4.62
91 .195594 12,378 3.56 .154348 22,911 4.28
92 .214792 9,957 3.30 .170963 19,375 3.98
93 .235163 7,818 3.07 .188761 16,062 3.69
94 .256634 5,979 2.86 .207711 13,030 3.44
95 .277945 4,445 2.67 .226885 10,324 3.20
96 .298731 3,209 2.51 .245997 7,982 3.00
97 .318602 2,251 2.36 .264731 6,018 2.81
98 .337164 1,534 2.24 .282754 4,425 2.65
99 .354023 1,017 2.12 .299719 3,174 2.49
100 .371724 657 2.01 .317702 2,223 2.35
101 .390310 413 1.90 .336764 1,516 2.20
102 .409825 252 1.80 .356970 1,006 2.07
103 .430317 148 1.70 .378389 647 1.94
104 .451833 85 1.60 .401092 402 1.82
105 .474424 46 1.51 .425157 241 1.70
106 .498145 24 1.42 .450667 138 1.59
107 .523053 12 1.34 .477707 76 1.48
108 .549205 6 1.26 .506369 40 1.38
109 .576666 3 1.18 .536751 20 1.28
110 .605499 1 1.11 .568956 9 1.19
111 .635774 0 1.03 .603094 4 1.10
112 .667563 0 0.97 .639279 2 1.02
113 .700941 0 0.90 .677636 1 0.94
114 .735988 0 0.84 .718294 0 0.86
115 .772787 0 0.78 .761392 0 0.79
116 .811426 0 0.72 .807076 0 0.72
117 .851998 0 0.66 .851998 0 0.66
118 .894598 0 0.61 .894598 0 0.61
119 .939328 0 0.56 .939328 0 0.56
SOURCES: National Center for Health Statistics and Census Bureau.
NOTE: The period life expectancy at a given age for 2006 represents the average number of years of life remaining if a group of persons at that age were to experience the mortality rates for 2006 over the course of their remaining lives.
a. Probability of dying within one year.
b. Number of survivors out of 100,000 born alive.
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