101-year-old Jenkins celebrates lifelong legacy of hard work

Butler, Kelly M.
January 2008
Employee Benefit News;Jan2008, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p48
The article features Horatio Jenkins, who celebrates lifelong legacy of hard work at age 101. He was born in Dover Plains, New York and began his working career at age 10 helping his parents' farm. His first paying job came at age 16, when he earned 25 cents an hour working in a Dover Plains lime quarry. He accepted a job with International Business Machines (IBM) in 1952. He advises the U.S. workforce to find a job and work.


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