Number of Librarians Reaching Age 65 (2000 US Census Base). Lynch, Mary Jo, et al. (2002) Retirement and Recruitment: A Deeper Look .” 2002. Retrieved May, 18, 2006. h ttp://www.ala.org/ala/ors/ reports/reports.htm.
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Number of Librarians Reaching Age 65(2000 US Census Base)
Lynch, Mary Jo, et al. (2002)Retirement and Recruitment: A Deeper Look.” 2002. Retrieved May, 18, 2006. http://www.ala.org/ala/ors/ reports/reports.htm.
Where are they now? A study of careers of library and information science graduates
Joanne Gard Marshall, Victor W. Marshall; Jennifer Craft Morgan; Deborah Barreau; Barbara B. Moran; Paul Solomon; Thomas R. Konrad;
Heidi Madden; Cheryl A. Thompson; Susan Rathbun-Grubb
School of Information and Library Science, UNC Chapel Hill & UNC Institute on Aging
Age of MLS Students, 1983 and 2001
Graph and Tables based on Figure 8: Age of MLS Students, 1983 and 2001 in: Stanley Wilder (2003), Demographic Change in Academic Librarianship, 18.
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