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This graph is particularly striking when you additionally consider how many stay-at-home parents had large chunks of time when they were obviously working hard but not necessarily earning any SS credits.
how are "years" counted. Does working a "year" mean any year in which earnings were posted? If so, pretty misleading.
It's unfortunate that the chart is sloppily worded. It appears to be based on another chart that offers a little more technical specificity: http://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/issuepapers/ip2015-01.html#chart1
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