Typical salary by age
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
I was reading an article on Business Insider about salaries and how they vary by age with older workers tending to make more than younger workers which is of course no surprise. Between the ages of $20,000 to $30,000 there’s typically an increase. Then it plateaus between 34 to 64 and then spikes up again. At about 65 to 67 the income jumps by about $20,000 and I wonder if that’s due to people beginning to draw social security. The data is drawn on information from 2016.
Check out the article below to see how you stack up and what you think.