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Older Workers Have a Big Secret: Their Age

Growing old isn't always easy

Peppy Dubno worked for 23 years for a large financial-services company in New York. And, during that time, she didn’t tell anybody her age.

Dubno, who retired last year at 70 as a vice president specializing in data and information architecture, didn’t talk about when she went to college or other life events that might reveal her age.

She didn’t correct colleagues who thought she was far younger because of her proficiency in technology and because she’s fit and very youthful looking with shoulder-length light brown hair.

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