Albany ranks 17th in total OASDI beneficiaries in Georgia in 2018


There were 45,940 OASDI beneficiaries in Albany in 2018, ranking it 17th in Georgia, according to the official Social Security Administration website.

The Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) 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 cities ranked by number of beneficiaries in Georgia.

Field Offices Ranking by Number of Beneficiaries in Georgia (2018)

Rank
Field Office
Number of Beneficiaries
1
Marietta
184,925
2
Gwinnett
132,005
3
Gainesville
115,640
4
South Lake
86,040
5
Augusta
83,560
6
Savannah
76,810
7
Rome
71,850
8
Decatur
66,800
9
Carrollton
65,245
10
Covington
62,770
11
Columbus
56,080
12
Athens
55,950
13
Winder
54,810
14
Atlanta, West
52,990
15
Macon
50,140
16
Atlanta, Downtown
46,585
17
Albany
45,940
18
Toccoa
43,685
19
Griffin
41,105
20
Warner Robins
40,760
21
Waycross
39,160
22
Newnan
34,955
23
Chattanooga, TN
33,960
24
Thomasville
33,085
25
Brunswick
32,765
26
Valdosta
31,930
27
Dalton
28,100
28
Milledgeville
25,970
29
Statesboro
25,930
30
Vidalia
24,850
31
Dublin
24,430
32
LaGrange
23,980
33
Tifton
20,810
34
Cordele
16,015

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