U.S. workers stay entrenched in jobs longer

12/20/2012 | Bloomberg Businessweek

American workers reported being at their current jobs a median of 5.4 years as of the beginning of 2012, an increase from 4.7 years in 2000, reports the Employment Benefit Research Institute. Fear of a difficult job market may be keeping workers at their jobs longer, as government statistics show the quit rate was only 1.5% in October.

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