Alfred Feld started working for Goldman Sachs in 1933 as an office boy, when the U.S. unemployment rate was 25%, the Wall Street Journal reports.

He still works there.

Feld is now 98, and spent most of that time working as a financial advisor. While he no longer works directly with clients, he serves as a mentor and ambassador for the wealth-management arm of GS.

When the New York Times profiled him in 2008 for his 75th anniversary, he said he had no plans to retire.

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