Workers' compensation rates are the highest in Alaska in 2012,according to a biennial report from the Oregon Department ofConsumer and Business Services.

Alaska's average workers' comp premium in 2012 is $3.01 per $100of payroll. The state took the most expensive spot from Montana,which dropped to eighth among the study's 51 jurisdictions.

The 2012 nationwide median is $1.88 spent on the coverage per$100 of payroll—a drop from $2.04 in 2010.

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