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3 in 10 workers ages 55-64 have been in their job for 20+ years

 

 
Among US adults aged 35-64, "those at least age 45 who are employed are more likely than their younger counterparts to have been at their job for 10 years or more (42% of those ages 45-54 and 52% of those ages 55-64 vs. 30% of those ages 35-44). Almost three-in- ten (28%) of those ages 55-64 have been in their job for 20- plus years," according to a 2017 AARP survey of adults aged 35-64. (p. 9)
       
 
        Kerman, S., & Thayer, C. (2017). Experiences with work. Washington DC: AARP. Retrieved from this source.
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