Now the Baby Boomers Are Holding Back Our Economic Growth
Nicole Dieker

I love studies and articles that look at overall numbers and draw conclusions from them, and then seem to have an utter disinterest in continuing any type of further investigation.

Also, using GDP growth as a sign of productivity? Really? Did they make any type of considerations of whether these areas were also usually higher in GDP growth regardless of the average age of the population? Really quite a few holes/flaws in their arguments.

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