By Reg Jones
October 26th, 2013 | EMPLOYMENT
Q. I am soon to retire from active duty with 20.5 years. I am 39 years old, and I would like to apply for a federal firefighter position. What is the cutoff age for a vet like myself? Is it true that a primary firefighter position’s maximum age is 37, while a secondary firefighter (admin) position has no maximum age requirement?
A. The only age limits are those that apply to special category employees, such as law enforcement officers, firefighters and air traffic controllers. However, even in those occupations, agencies have some flexibility.
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