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Retirement of baby boomers: strain on U.S. manufacturing sector 2014

To what extent does the retirement of baby boomers contribute to the future talent shortage in U.S. manufacturing?*

Retirement of baby boomers: strain on U.S. manufacturing sector 2014 This survey shows the respondents' opinion regarding possible challenges resulting from the retirement of baby boomers in selected workforce segments of the respondents' companies. Some 19 percent of respondents felt that the retirement of skilled production workers born between 1946 and 1964 would moderately exacerbate the future talent shortage in U.S. manufacturing. Over the next decade, it is expected that around 2.7 million jobs will need to be filled as a result of baby boomer retirements.
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To what extent does the retirement of baby boomers contribute to the future talent shortage in U.S. manufacturing?*

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This survey shows the respondents' opinion regarding possible challenges resulting from the retirement of baby boomers in selected workforce segments of the respondents' companies. Some 19 percent of respondents felt that the retirement of skilled production workers born between 1946 and 1964 would moderately exacerbate the future talent shortage in U.S. manufacturing. Over the next decade, it is expected that around 2.7 million jobs will need to be filled as a result of baby boomer retirements.
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