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One third of Boomer workers feel they have opportunities for internal career advancement

In a 2016 survey of workers employed full- or part-time or self-employed, 36% of Baby Boomer workers feel that their employers provide sufficient opportunities for internal career advancement, compared to 42% of Gen X and 52% of Millennial workers, according to a 2016 survey by the American Psychological Association. 
        American Psychological Association. (2016). 2016 work and well-being survey. (p. 44) Washington DC: American Psychological Association. Retrieved from this source.
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