U.S. Workforce Ages


U.S. Workforce Ages

By 2010 more than half of the country's workers will be over 40.

Source: "Age Discrimination in the Job Market," a survey of 2,928 executives earning $100,000 a year or more, TheLadders.com , 2005.

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