Monthly Labor Review
This article compares the separate occupational distributions of U.S. male and female workers who are 45 to 65 with those over 65 (the “elderly”) to test a series of simple conjectures about the different occupational structures of the two age groups. The conjectures relate to strength and educational requirements of the work, scheduling flexibility, the availability of part-time work, and mastery of new technology.
Frederic L. Pryor.
"Occupational Choices Of The Elderly".
Monthly Labor Review.