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In 2016 median job tenure* for workers age 55-64 was about 10 years

Median job tenure* for male wage and salary workers ages 55-64 was 10.2 years in 2016. For female workers median tenure was 10.0 years in 2016, according to a 2017 EBRI analysis of Current Population Survey data.
*the amount of time an individual has been with his or her current employer
       
 
 
         
Copeland, C. (2017). Employee tenure trends, 1983 - 2016, EBRI Notes, 38(9), 2-16. Retrieved from this source.
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