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Nancy Seagraves, 61, works at her computer at an AARP Foundation office in Columbus, Ohio. Seagraves is part of the long powerful baby boomer demographic hit hard by the recession. (AP Photo/Kantele Franko)

U.S. employers are focusing more on skills training as well as employee benefits that help smooth skills gaps left when baby boomers retire, according to a joint poll by the Society for Human Resource Management and AARP.

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