To make sense of the confusing and contradictory trends, the study argues, it’s necessary to examine the job tenure of three groups separately.
This, in turn, obscures the major story: the decreasing job tenure of middle-aged men from their 40s to 60s.
ADOne curious finding of the study is that falling job security does not seem to have affected surveys of job satisfaction.
Another is that “the likelihood of job loss is only one aspect of job security, and reveals nothing about job satisfaction,” says the study.
Still, one thing hasn’t changed: Whatever the cause, involuntary job loss is almost always a devastating experience.

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