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May 1983, Vol. 106, No. 5
The aging of the U.S. population:
human resource implications
Malcolm H. Morrison
Director, National Studies of Mandatory Retirement, U.S. Department of Labor
In the upcoming decades, 'older workers' will be competing against the largest cohort of middle-aged workers in our country's history; in the absence of other options, the elderly may feel increased pressure to retire or work part time.
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