An already difficult recruiting situation to fill jobs with skills in short supply will intensify for upper management as boomers leave. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Senior management is soon going to be in a world of hurt — boomers retiring in waves are leaving holes at the top that will have to be filled.

A report in Raconteur finds that, with approximately 10,000 boomers retiring every day in the U.S., and similarly substantial numbers retiring in other countries, along with a corresponding drop in the working population, there’s going to be a dearth of talent available to fill the top slots as senior managers retire.

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