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The labor force participation rate of the 55-years-and-older age group has increased from 32.4% in 2000 to 40.1% in 2010.

The labor force participation rate of the 55-years-and-older age group has increased from 32.4% in 2000 to 40.1% in 2010.

Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2011). Labor force statistics from the Current Population Survey. Retrieved February 22, 2011. Data available at http://www.bls.gov/data/#employment

The website of the Bureau of Labor Statistics presents the data collected in the monthly Current Populations Survey.

According to a 2011 analysis of Census Bureau data, "the percentage of the nonelderly population (under age 65) with health insurance coverage decreased to 81.5 percent in 2010. The percentage of nonelderly indivuduals without health insurance coverage was 18.5 percent in 2010, up from 18.3 percent...

According to a 2011 analysis of Census Bureau data, "the percentage of the nonelderly population (under age 65) with health insurance coverage decreased to 81.5 percent in 2010. The percentage of nonelderly indivuduals without health insurance coverage was 18.5 percent in 2010, up from 18.3 percent in 2009." (p. 1)

Fronstin, P. (2011). Sources of health insurance and characteristics of the uninsured: Analysis of the March 2011 Current Population Survey. (Issue Brief No. 362). Washington, DC: Employee Benefit Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.ebri.org/pdf/briefspdf/EBRI_IB_09-2011_No362_Uninsured1.pdf

This report is based on analysis by EBRI of the U.S. Census Bureau's March 2011 Current Population Survey, which reflects 2010 data.

According to a 2011 analysis of Census Bureau data, "in 2010, 58.7 percent of the nonelderly population had employment-based health benefits, down from 69.3 percent in 2000." (p. 1)

According to a 2011 analysis of Census Bureau data, "in 2010, 58.7 percent of the nonelderly population had employment-based health benefits, down from 69.3 percent in 2000." (p. 1)

Fronstin, P. (2011). Sources of health insurance and characteristics of the uninsured: Analysis of the March 2011 Current Population Survey. (Issue Brief No. 362). Washington, DC: Employee Benefit Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.ebri.org/pdf/briefspdf/EBRI_IB_09-2011_No362_Uninsured1.pdf

This report is based on analysis by EBRI of the U.S. Census Bureau's March 2011 Current Population Survey, which reflects 2010 data.

According to a 2011 analysis of Census Bureau data regarding sources of health insurance, "younger adults are more likely than older adults to be uninsured. Nearly 34 percent of men ages 21-24 and 29.1 percent of women ages 21-24 were uninsured in 2010. This compares with 19.4 percent of men ages 45-54...

According to a 2011 analysis of Census Bureau data regarding sources of health insurance, "younger adults are more likely than older adults to be uninsured. Nearly 34 percent of men ages 21-24 and 29.1 percent of women ages 21-24 were uninsured in 2010. This compares with 19.4 percent of men ages 45-54 and 16.7 percent of women ages 45-54 uninsured." (p. 18)

Fronstin, P. (2011). Sources of health insurance and characteristics of the uninsured: Analysis of the March 2011 current population survey. (Issue Brief No. 362). Washington, DC: Employee Benefit Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.ebri.org/pdf/briefspdf/EBRI_IB_09-2011_No362_Uninsured1.pdf

This report is based on analysis by EBRI of the U.S. Census Bureau's March 2011 Current Population Survey, which reflects 2010 data.

According to a 2010 anlysis of CPS data by the Sloan Center on Aging and Work, 30 years ago, the percentage of people aged 55+ in the population was 27.3%, but as of February 2010 it is 31.2%.

According to a 2010 anlysis of CPS data by the Sloan Center on Aging and Work, 30 years ago, the percentage of people aged 55+ in the population was 27.3%, but as of February 2010 it is 31.2%.

McNamara, T. K. (2010). [Unpublished data analysis from the Current Population Survey, 1980 and 2010.] Available at http://data.bls.gov:8080/PDQ/outside.jsp?survey=ln

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A 2009 report on a survey of aging, disability and careers shows that "hearing loss was associated with an increased rate of non-participation in employment of between 11.3% and 16.6%.... Hearing loss appears to have a disproportionate impact in reducing the proportion in paid work among those who are...

A 2009 report on a survey of aging, disability and careers shows that "hearing loss was associated with an increased rate of non-participation in employment of between 11.3% and 16.6%.... Hearing loss appears to have a disproportionate impact in reducing the proportion in paid work among those who are relatively older (53% for those over 45 years)." (p. 117-118)

Hogan, A., O'Loughlin, K., Davis, A., & Kendig, H. (2009). Hearing loss and paid employment: Australian population survey findings. International Journal of Audiology, 48(3), 117-122.

The paper is based on original analysis of the 2003 Australian survey of disability, aging and careers (SDAC).

According to a 2009 analysis of data from the Current Population Survey, "younger adults are more likely than older adults to be uninsured. More than 38 percent of men ages 21-24 and 27.8 percent of women ages 21-24 were uninsured in 2008. This compares with 17 percent of men ages 45-54 and 14.9 percent...

According to a 2009 analysis of data from the Current Population Survey, "younger adults are more likely than older adults to be uninsured. More than 38 percent of men ages 21-24 and 27.8 percent of women ages 21-24 were uninsured in 2008. This compares with 17 percent of men ages 45-54 and 14.9 percent of women ages 45-54 uninsured. (p. 19)

Fronstin, P. (2009). Sources of health insurance and characteristics of the uninsured: Analysis of the March 2009 Current Population Survey (EBRI Issue Brief No. 334). Washington, DC: Employee Benefit Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.ebri.org/pdf/briefspdf/EBRI_IB_9-2009_No334_HI-Cvg1.pdf

Based on EBRI estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau's March 2009 Current Population Survey (CPS), it reflects 2008 data. It also discusses trends in coverage for the 1994-2008 period and highlights characteristics that typically indicate whether an individual is insured.

In 2008, baby boomers (people born between 1946-64) made up 26.6% of the United States population and 39.3% of the United States labor force, according to analysis of 2008 Current Population Survey data.

In 2008, baby boomers (people born between 1946-64) made up 26.6% of the United States population and 39.3% of the United States labor force, according to analysis of 2008 Current Population Survey data.

Besen, E. (2008) [Analysis of Current Population Survey]. Unpublished raw data.

This analysis was conducted at the Sloan Center for Aging and Work at Boston College, and was based on the 2008 Current Population Survey of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A 2007 analysis of the March 1977 and 2007 Current Population Surveys indicates that when the Baby Boomers were entering the workforce in 1977, the vast majority of workers were in one of three generations: The Silent Generation (23.6 percent), the Traditionalists (39.6 percent), and the Boomers (36.4...

A 2007 analysis of the March 1977 and 2007 Current Population Surveys indicates that when the Baby Boomers were entering the workforce in 1977, the vast majority of workers were in one of three generations: The Silent Generation (23.6 percent), the Traditionalists (39.6 percent), and the Boomers (36.4 percent). Today, as the Baby Boomers are exiting the labor force, the majority of workers are spread across four generations: The Traditionalists (8.5 percent), the Boomers (39.9 percent), Generation X (35.7 percent), and Generation Y (15.8 percent).

McNamara, T. K. (2007). [Analysis of the March 1977 and 2007 Current Population Surveys]. Unpublished raw data.

The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In 2005, individuals aged 45-54 represented 14.4% of the population. In 2005, individuals aged 55-64 represented 10.1% of the population.  In 2005, individuals aged 65-74 represented 6.3% of the population.  In 2005, individuals aged 75-84 represented 4.5% of the population.  In 2005,...

In 2005, individuals aged 45-54 represented 14.4% of the population. In 2005, individuals aged 55-64 represented 10.1% of the population.  In 2005, individuals aged 65-74 represented 6.3% of the population.  In 2005, individuals aged 75-84 represented 4.5% of the population.  In 2005, individuals aged 85-94 represented 1.3% of the population.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, 49.0% of the population was male and 51.0% of the population was female. In 2005, 49.0% of individuals aged 45-54 were male and 51.0% were female. In 2005, 47.6% of individuals aged 55-64 were male and 52.4% were female. In 2005, 46.0% of individuals aged 65-74 were male and 54.0% were female....

In 2005, 49.0% of the population was male and 51.0% of the population was female. In 2005, 49.0% of individuals aged 45-54 were male and 51.0% were female. In 2005, 47.6% of individuals aged 55-64 were male and 52.4% were female. In 2005, 46.0% of individuals aged 65-74 were male and 54.0% were female. In 2005, 41.7% of individuals aged 75-84 were male and 58.3% were female. In 2005, 33.2% of individuals aged 85-94 were male and 66.8% were female.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

A 2006 analysis of data from the Current Population Survey indicates that in 2005, 42.1% of the population was married or with a partner. In 2005, 68.0% of individuals aged 45-54 were married or with a partner.  In 2005, 69.9% of individuals aged 55-64 were married or with a partner. In 2005, 65.4%...

A 2006 analysis of data from the Current Population Survey indicates that in 2005, 42.1% of the population was married or with a partner. In 2005, 68.0% of individuals aged 45-54 were married or with a partner.  In 2005, 69.9% of individuals aged 55-64 were married or with a partner. In 2005, 65.4% of individuals aged 65-74 were married or with a partner. In 2005, 51.5% of individuals aged 75-84 were married or with a partner.  In 2005, 31.2% of individuals aged 85-94 were married or with a partner.

*Note: "An unmarried partner in an unmarried partner household is an adult who is unrelated to the householder, but shares living quarters and has a close personal relationship with the householder. This relationship is based on the self identification of respondents." -U.S. Census Bureau

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, 50.8% of the population participated in the labor force. In 2005, 81.4% of individuals aged 45-54 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 63.0% of individuals aged 55-64 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 22.3% of individuals aged 65-74 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 7.8%...

In 2005, 50.8% of the population participated in the labor force. In 2005, 81.4% of individuals aged 45-54 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 63.0% of individuals aged 55-64 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 22.3% of individuals aged 65-74 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 7.8% of individuals aged 75-84 participated in the labor force. In 2005, 3.1% of individuals aged 85-94 participated in the labor force.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, 10.9% of the labor force was self-employed. In 2005, 13.0% of the labor force aged 45-54 was self-employed. In 2005, 16.9% of the labor force aged 55-64 was self-employed. In 2005, 26.3% of the labor force aged 65-74 was self-employed. In 2005, 31.8% of the labor force aged 75-84 was self-employed....

In 2005, 10.9% of the labor force was self-employed. In 2005, 13.0% of the labor force aged 45-54 was self-employed. In 2005, 16.9% of the labor force aged 55-64 was self-employed. In 2005, 26.3% of the labor force aged 65-74 was self-employed. In 2005, 31.8% of the labor force aged 75-84 was self-employed. In 2005, 28.3% of the labor force aged 85-94 was self employed.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, 2.2% of the workforce aged 45-54 was retired. In 2005, 20.7% of the workforce aged 55-64 was retired. In 2005, 69.8% of the workforce aged 65-74 was retired. In 2005, 86.5% of the workforce aged 75-84 was retired. In 2005, 90.8% of the workforce aged 85-94 was retired. In 2005, 12.0% of the...

In 2005, 2.2% of the workforce aged 45-54 was retired. In 2005, 20.7% of the workforce aged 55-64 was retired. In 2005, 69.8% of the workforce aged 65-74 was retired. In 2005, 86.5% of the workforce aged 75-84 was retired. In 2005, 90.8% of the workforce aged 85-94 was retired. In 2005, 12.0% of the workforce was retired.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, individuals aged 45-54 worked an average of 41.7 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 55-64 worked an average of 40.5 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 65-74 worked an average of 33.0 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 75-84 worked an average of 28.7 hours per week. In 2005,...

In 2005, individuals aged 45-54 worked an average of 41.7 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 55-64 worked an average of 40.5 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 65-74 worked an average of 33.0 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 75-84 worked an average of 28.7 hours per week. In 2005, individuals aged 85-94 worked an average of 30.4 hours per week. In 2005, the population worked an average of 39.6 hours per week.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 45-54 were $74,446. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 55-64 were $56,521. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 65-74 were $20,727. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 75-84 were...

In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 45-54 were $74,446. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 55-64 were $56,521. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 65-74 were $20,727. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 75-84 were $10,062. In 2005, the mean household earnings for individuals aged 85-94 were $9,509. In 2005, the mean household earnings for the population were $59,266.

*Note: means are calculated for all persons in the age category, whether they are working or not; family and household values are similarly averaged over all persons in the age category.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, 86.1% of workers in professional and related occupations were under the age of 55, 13.9% were aged 55-64, 2.4% were aged 65-74, and 0.7% were aged 75 and older.

In 2005, 86.1% of workers in professional and related occupations were under the age of 55, 13.9% were aged 55-64, 2.4% were aged 65-74, and 0.7% were aged 75 and older.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

In 2005, 92.1% of workers were under the age of 55, 12.6% were aged 55-64, 2.8% were aged 65-74, and 0.8% were aged 75 and older.

In 2005, 92.1% of workers were under the age of 55, 12.6% were aged 55-64, 2.8% were aged 65-74, and 0.8% were aged 75 and older.

Havens, J. (2006). [Analysis of the U.S. Census Current Population Survey for March 2005]. Unpublished raw data. Center on Wealth and Philanthropy for the Center on Aging & Work / Workplace Flexibility. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

"The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of about 50,000 households conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey has been conducted for more than 50 years. The CPS is the primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population. The sample is scientifically selected to represent the civilian noninstitutional population. Respondents are interviewed to obtain information about the employment status of each member of the household 15 years of age and older. However, published data focus on those ages 16 and over. The sample provides estimates for the nation as a whole and serves as part of model-based estimates for individual states and other geographic areas. Estimates obtained from the CPS include employment, unemployment, earnings, hours of work, and other indicators...They are available by a variety of demographic characteristics including age, sex, race, marital status, and educational attainment...occupation, industry, and class of worker."

A 2007 analysis of data from the UnumProvident Disability Database and the Bureau of Labor StatisticsWorkers shows that workers aged 50 to 59 make up approximately 19 percent of the workforce and 19 percent of short-term disability claims, but 34 percent of long-term disability claims. For comparison,...

A 2007 analysis of data from the UnumProvident Disability Database and the Bureau of Labor StatisticsWorkers shows that workers aged 50 to 59 make up approximately 19 percent of the workforce and 19 percent of short-term disability claims, but 34 percent of long-term disability claims. For comparison, workers aged 30 to 39 make up 22 percent of the workforce, but 30 percent of short term disability claims and 18 percent of long term disability claims, .


McNamara, T. K.  Unpublished comparison of data from UnumProvident Company. (2005). Health and productivity in the aging American workforce: Realities and opportunities. Chattanooga, TN: UnumProvident Company, and Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor. (2007). Current population survey 1990-2007. Retrieved November 1, 2007, from http://data.bls.gov/PDQ/outside.jsp?survey=ln

"Data for this publication was generated by using UnumProvident's disability database."

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