Albany ranks seventh in Oregon total disabled OASDI beneficiaries in 2018


There were 6,980 disabled OASDI beneficiaries in Albany in 2018, ranking it seventh in Oregon, according to the official Social Security Administration website.

The Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program is a program of the Social Security Administration funded primarily through payroll taxes. It was signed into law in 1935 by then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The OASDI program aims to supplement a worker’s lost wages due to retirement, disability or death of a spouse.

The following table shows Social Security field offices ranked by number of disabled workers in Oregon.

Field Offices Ranking by Number of Disabled Workers in Oregon (2018)
Rank
Field Office
Number of Retired Workers
1
Salem
13,985
2
Medford
13,065
3
Eugene
11,470
4
Portland, East
9,920
5
Portland, Metro
9,395
6
Beaverton
8,890
7
Albany
6,980
8
Oregon City
6,350
9
Bend
5,870
10
North Bend
4,730
11
Roseburg
4,560
12
Astoria
2,450
13
Pendleton
1,975
14
La Grande
1,950
15
The Dalles
1,380
16
Ontario
1,335
17
Longview, WA
565
18
Walla Walla, WA
320

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