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Leora Friedberg

Assistant Professor
University of Virginia

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  • Keep Your Résumé Current: The Causes Behind Declining Job Tenure

    January 2005 | Regional Economist

    Having the same job for one's entire career has become much less common over the past quarter-century.  Many people switch jobs voluntarily; others, not.  Behind this trend are changes in demographics, changes in technology and changes in such institutions as unions and international trade.