Federal agencies may have a tough time holding on to their program managers come 2017.
A new Government Accountability Office report ranked program management as the occupational category with the highest percentage of employees eligible to retire by 2017. For mid-sized agencies like the General Services Administration, Housing and Urban Development Department and Office of Personnel Management, 56 percent of employees involved in program management will be eligible to retire in the next three years, the report found.
At larger agencies that number is nearly 44 percent.
As more employees become eligible to retire, GAO noted that occupations like program management may face significantly higher turnover rates than others. For mid-sized agencies, here are the occupations with the highest percentage of employees eligible to retire by 2017:
1. Program Management
3. General business and industry
4. Misc. clerk and assistant
5. General arts and information
6. General engineering
7. Misc. administration and program
8. Financial administration and program
9. Human resource management
10. Information technology management
For large agencies, custodial work and air traffic control topped the list of occupations with the highest number of employees who are approaching retirement. Read page 21 of the GAO report for more details.
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