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OLDER MEN GAIN RE-EMPLOYMENT, BUT AT A LOWER WAGE
"Median hourly wages for reemployed men, age 50 to 61, are 20.1% loweron the new job than the old job and 35.6% lower on the new job for men age 62 or older," according to a 2011 analysis of SIPP data by the Urban Institute.
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