The numbers don’t lie. As Baby Boomers exit the workforce, and there are fewer workers available and ready to fill their shoes, we have upon us what many call the "Talent Cliff." Consider that in 2000, the number of older workers was 49.2 million. In 2012, this number increased to 63.1 million. While the number of workers older than 45 has grown, the number of U.S. workers age 25 to 44 has fallen by 6.8 million.
Today, 10,000 Baby Boomers reached retirement age in the U.S. On average, they...Read More