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The U.S. workforce is getting older; people are retiring later in life than ever before. And this trend has been a major concern for those in the health & safety field, as traditional wisdom holds that older workers are more prone to suffer more expensive on-the-job injuries. 

However, new research from the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) calls into question this accepted notion—or at the very least, potentially changes how we think about “older workers.”                    

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