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Millennials under-represented in federal workforce as a retirement boom looms

Millennials under-represented in federal workforce as a retirement boom looms

Hamilton Turner has the kind of computer engineering and data analysis skills federal employers like the National Security Agency want, but when it came time to head into the workforce, he chose instead a job at OptioLabs, one of Baltimore's up-and-coming cyber startups.

"I'd be going for secret or top-secret positions, and that just wasn't something I was terribly interested in," said Turner, 28. "I can do work where I can't talk about it, but, on the average, I enjoy the camaraderie that comes with being able to share your work."

Turner's choice is one a growing number of millennials are making. The generation now accounts for 36 percent of the civilian...

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