ATM Age

jdatc

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We have one. 60’s ish. He Has 40 years of government service in CSRS, so he’d have like a 80% pension.

Won’t leave. Why? He’s literally getting paid 20% to be there compared to being retired.
 

Smitty

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Won’t leave. Why?

Turkey Neck Mitch & Nancy Pelsosi won't leave either. All of our "leaders" are ancient. The youngest ATMs have daddies in the agency. The oldest ATMs are the daddy.


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FightingIrish2012

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Do you think all these older ones are at the level five and below facilities? In what I’ve seen it seems like that is often the case. They probably let them hide at the places where there is nothing to do. I don’t remember seeing or hearing much about a ATM at a center or big name facility being over 55.
 

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Do you think all these older ones are at the level five and below facilities? In what I’ve seen it seems like that is often the case. They probably let them hide at the places where there is nothing to do. I don’t remember seeing or hearing much about a ATM at a center or big name facility being over 55.

At the largest facilities no one interacts w the ATM nor gives a shit about who they are and/or how old, so I doubt anyone would ever even think to take note of this. Do you have a little dictator at your level 4 country club ? 🐷
 

32andBelow

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Do you think all these older ones are at the level five and below facilities? In what I’ve seen it seems like that is often the case. They probably let them hide at the places where there is nothing to do. I don’t remember seeing or hearing much about a ATM at a center or big name facility being over 55.
Cus the center ones move into regional or national jobs above ATM
 

MICRTC

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Not an ATM, however - There is a CPC at D21 who is 73 yrs old still working 6 days a week. He was fired in 1981 by President Reagan and rehired under Bill Clinton. Grandfather rules apply, no max age 56 retirement can be enforced. FYI he turns targets better than half the workforce.
 

CoffeeIV

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Not an ATM, however - There is a CPC at D21 who is 73 yrs old still working 6 days a week. He was fired in 1981 by President Reagan and rehired under Bill Clinton. Grandfather rules apply, no max age 56 retirement can be enforced. FYI he turns targets better than half the workforce.

I had I believe a 74 year old manager at a contract tower. Dude was really good but you fall off hard at some point. By the end of his time I remember taking local from him for the last time and thinking how much slower he had gotten just over the few years I had known him.

Also, I can't imagine working traffic at that age. I want to retire at 50 and enjoy my free time.
 

kombucha23

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If you're still working that late into life, a few mistakes were made. Same thing for these old farts in Congress - don't you have anything better to do with what little time you have left, you crochety bastards?
 
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