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Fact of the Week: 7 October 2013

Over Half of Older Workers Have 10 or More Years of Tenure

54.5% of workers age 55 to 64 and 55.5% of those aged 65 and over had 10 years or more of tenure with their current employer in 2012, while 20% of workers in those age groups had 5-9 years of tenure, according to a 2013 analysis of Current Population Survey data.
Hipple, S., & Sok, E. (2013). Tenure of American workers: Spotlight on statistics. Washington, DC: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from Tenure of American Workers, BLS.
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