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The boomer generation, living longer than their predecessors and the last of whom are only now reaching their mid-50s, are having a “seismic effect” on the workforce. (photo: Shutterstock)

Longer-lived boomers continue to make up the largest part of the labor force even as the cohort of young workers continues to grows, and the shifting proportions will create a dilemma for employers: how to provide benefits for two groups of employees widely separated in age and needs?

Marlene Satter


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