The Changing Ages Of The Workforce

The Changing Ages Of The Workforce

The Changing Ages Of The Workforce—Infographic

As time goes on, the demographic of people working changes.

There’s a constant cycle of older generations aging and retiring.

For example, Baby Boomers are currently between the ages of 76 and 57. This means that a good number of them have already retired or are looking to retire within the next 10 years.

New generations enter the workforce and start to earn a name for themselves. CNN lists Generation Z as individuals born between 2000 and the present day. This means that the oldest Generation Z individuals are 22 years old. They’re just beginning to graduate from high school and college and enter the workforce.

When it comes to age, this is what the workforce looks like today…

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