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November 1991, Vol. 114,
Labor force projections: the
baby boom moves on
Howard N Fullerton, Jr.
Demographic Statistician, Office of
Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics
With the aging of the baby-boom generation, the
growth of the labor force will slow, but its diversity will
increase. This article outlines BLS projections to 2005 on
changes in the U.S. labor force.
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