How A Rising Retirement Age is Impacting The Workforce
The average number of baby boomers who retire from the U.S. work force has been slowly growing over the last 10 years, as the population that “boomed” after the second world war have reached retirement age. But 2020 saw a big jump in the retirement rate, according to Pew Research Center, with over 3 million more people retiring than in 2019. Some workers left the labor force by choice; others were forced into early retirement.
What’s driving this rising in retirement? The ...
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