Saturday Sub: The stats come out for Labor Day
August 30, 2014 — By Mark Miller
Stumbled across a statistic that grabbed my attention this past week.
It seems that the average person born in the latter years of the baby boom (1957 to 1964) held 11.3 jobs from age 18 to age 46.
While I am not in that demographic subgroup, it got me to wondering how I would compare. It would depend on whether the definition of a “job” would be limited to a specific job title or if a “job” would be defined as to what company you worked for. While I’ve had a number of job titles in this business over 39-plus years, they were all with just two newspapers.
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