65 is new 55, and vice versa

The civilian, prime-working-age population in the U.S. has barely budged over the past decade. The Wall Street Journal’s Lev Borodovsky, taking notice of this phenomenon, recently said it is making it “increasingly challenging to boost the speed of economic expansion.” But “prime age” isn’t necessarily what it used to be in the workplace, and this…

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