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Fact of the Week: 3 February 2014

Two-thirds of Workers Aged 55+ Have Some Flexibility at Work

"84% of 18-34 year old working adults report having 'at least a little' flexibility in their current job, compared to only 67% of those 55 and older," according to a 2013 Harris Interactive survey.
       
MomCorps. (2013). Workplace flexibility is top consideration for nearly three fourths of U.S. working adults. US: MomCorps. Retrieved from www.harrisinteractive.com.
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