domestic workforce dwindling ?

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    The domestic "baby boomers" are "aging through" the US workforce age-brackets. By 2020, even the elderly domestic workforce will have peaked, and begun to decrease. After 2020, domestic labor may become scarce:
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    Yeah that is happening.
     
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    It's not 2020 yet, and the aging workforce has nothing to do with the plunging employment population ratio. If it were, we'd be seeing falling ages among the employed but--
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    --in real life the opposite is true. While it's true that American demographics show an aging workforce, it's stupid to accept it as a ruse to get suckered into thinking that the private sector labor market's "just fine".
     

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