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On average, employees at Ryerson stay with the company for 6.1 years. Employees most commonly join Ryerson after leaving US Army. When they leave Ryerson, they most frequently get their next job at AM Castle & Co.
|Average Length of Employment|
Ryerson Holding6.1 years
AM Castle & Co5.6 years
Central Steel & Wire Co3.4 years
Olympic Steel2.6 years
|Top Employers Before Ryerson|
US Army11.4 %
Olympic Steel7.7 %
|Top Employers After Ryerson|
AM Castle & Co12.8 %
O'Neal Steel8.7 %
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