by Jessica Schieder, 9/25/2015
The federal workforce is aging. Among federal civilian employees, close to half are over the age of fifty. Roughly one-third, or 600,000, will be eligible to retire by September of 2017. A number of recent articles have discussed the federal government’s inability to bring in and retain young people.
by Jessica Schieder
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