One out of 10 Social Security offices has closed since 2000

Source: Patricia Sullivan, Washington Post (Paid Registration)

The Social Security Administration has closed about 125 of its approximately 1,250 offices since 2000—a 10 percent reduction, part of what officials describe as a shift to greater use of online services in an era of budget constraints and a growing population of senior citizens.

In addition, all 533 Social Security Administration “contact sites”—locations that serve remote, rural populations on a weekly or monthly basis—have closed, said leaders of the union that represents Social Security employees.

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