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“The shift away from routine jobs explains about half of the shift in US age/earnings profiles from 1980 to 2017 and nearly all of the change since 2000. Using Burning Glass Technologies’ database of job vacancy announcements to classify jobs by decision intensity, Deming shows that earnings growth after age 35 is much greater in decision-intensive occupations such as management, engineering, and business operations, compared to less decision-intensive but still high-paying occupations such as sales representatives, healthcare practitioners, and financial specialists.”

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