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I did this chart so that you could see what the GS-1102 contracting workforce looks like according to age.  The source for this information is the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) which has its latest data as of 9/26/2021.  

As of 9/26/2021, there were 40,619 people in the GS-1102 series.  Of that total, there were 21,851 women and 18,768 men.  The average time-in-service for the GS-1102 workforce was 13.1 years.

If you compare the total in the last line of this table to the 40,619 number you will find there is a difference of 9 people.  I suppose it was caused by a rounding error by OPM.

The top row shows the age groups that OPM uses.  The vertical column which I labeled "Time in Years" shows time-in-service of that age group.  For example, in the 30 - 34 age group, there were 698 people with 3 - 4 years in service.

Ages

20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 < 65

Time in Years

                   
>1 286 415 347 322 255 177 113 72 38  
1 - 2 343 820 759 682 515 371 293 183 66 26
3 - 4 64 680 698 616 458 330 275 141 72 18
5 - 9   451 1,438 1,694 1,192 822 861 601 231 80
10 - 14   15 1,003 2,729 2,017 1,226 1,427 1,217 641 228
15 - 19     38 749 1,569 858 683 830 517 193
20 - 24       37 492 616 510 428 251 126
25 - 29         13 256 489 383 201 66
30 - 34           50 584 895 372 125
< 35             90 693 775 411
                     

Totals

693 2,381 4,283 6,829 6,511 4,706 5,325 5,443 3,164 1,273
                     
                     

 

 

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Wondering what it would look like, if we did a total column for the right hand side... number of 1102's by number of years of service. Also, what percent are in each category (If you are wondering too, they are below). It looks like we have one heck of a surge of 1102's that will be prime for retirement in the next 16-20 years... hope the government is prepared.

Percent for Age Groups:

Ages 20-24 25-29 30-34  35-39  40-44  45-49  50-54  55-59  60-64   < 65
Totals     693  2,381 4,283   6,829    6,511   4,706   5,325   5,443    3,164    1,273
Percent 1.71% 5.86% 10.54% 16.81% 16.03% 11.59% 13.11% 13.40% 7.79% 3.13%
          ^High     Point            

Totals and Percent for Years of Service

Time in Years   Total  Percent  
>1  2,025 4.99%  
1-2  4,058 9.99%  
3-4  3,352 8.25%  
5-9   7,370 18.14%  
10-14 10,503 25.86% <High Point
15 - 19  5,437 13.39%  
20 - 24  2,460 6.06%  
25 - 29  1,408 3.47%  
30 - 34  2,026 4.99%  
< 35   1,969 4.85%  
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