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US – The number of young workers aged 22-34 basically unchanged since 2007, but not for boomers

Call it the great job stagnation for millennials, and the late-career proliferation of baby boomers.

The number of young workers aged 22-34 nationwide is basically unchanged since 2007, while the number of jobs for boomers 55-64 — fueled by mega population growth — has climbed 9% over that time, according to a new analysis from EMSI and CareerBuilder.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Interactive Metro Map: Baby Boomers Gaining Jobs, Millennials Standing Pat | EMSI | Economic Modeling Specialists Intl..

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