What is the average age for a teacher from Massachusetts to retire?


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According to the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future, or NCTAF, the percentage of teachers over the age of 50 in Massachusetts is 53.27 with an average retirement age of 59, citing data from 2008 to 2009. The average retirement age for other careers is 62, according to USNews.com.

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Data published in 2009 suggests that a surge of baby boomers in academic fields are retiring in record numbers. This trend is likely to have some degree of impact on statistical figures. Additionally, reactions to the economic downturn resulted in many veteran teachers making a decision to delay retirement plans.

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