What if they don't retire?

Laabs, Jennifer J.
December 1997
Workforce (10928332);Dec97, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p54
Discusses the issues that confronts human resource professionals on the issues surrounding baby boomers generation's retirement pensions and health-care coverage. Statistics on the number of workers in America that are in retirement plans; Statistics on the baby boomers' retirement expectations; Percentage of Americans with and without pensions; Need of the roving boomers retirees to acquire skills on today's technology.


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