Worklife Expectancies for Older Ages

Richards, Hugh. 2001. “Worklife Expectancies for Older Ages.”  The Earnings Analyst  4: 103-118.


Worklife expectancies have typically been presented only through age 75. This article deals with worklife expectancies for persons 76 through 85 years of age by sex, education, and race or Hispanic origin. Both increment-decrement and the conventional model estimates are included since each model has its own strengths. This article is an extension of data presented in Life and Worklife Expectancies (Richards 1999) in which tables were truncated at age 75. The worklife expectancies presented in this article are continuations of those tables, derived at the same time using the same methodology and data sources.


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