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Rochester’s workforce is getting grayer

A tsunami warning has been issued for the Rochester business community. Call it the Silver Tsunami alert. As a society, we are growing old; which means the workforce is growing old. Nationally, 31 million jobs will become available next year through the retirement of baby boomers, according to data from the National Human Resources Association (NHRA). “How do ...

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