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Middle-Aged Productivity Heroes

No one knows why, but fortysomething is a sweet spot | “The drag is nearly done” as the workforce this age hits bottom
Fortysomething and Working It

Dartmouth College economist James Feyrer noticed something odd about a decade ago: Across a large set of countries, an economy’s productivity seemed to be connected to the proportion of fortysomethings in its labor force. The higher the ratio of people age 40-49,

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