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The decade has possession of the experience? A decade of worth is also correct, sans the possessive noun.

“A decade worth” or “a decade’s worth” would be fine, “a decades worth” would not.

If it still doesn’t sound right to you, try “in a year’s time”.

A “year” is possessive in your example, but “decade” is more ambiguous.

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