Blame Baby Boomers for Stagnant Income

Between 2009 and 2014, 5.5 million people retired in America – the largest number ever seen across a five year period and more than double the five year period preceding it. That’s 5.5 million peak-earners leaving the workforce. The problem with the popular median household income statistic is that it is an aggregate stat based on granular data. Data changes …

An Unprecedented Shift in Demographics

The millennial generation has surpassed the baby boomers as the largest contributors to our nation’s workforce. Those born between the early 1980’s and early 2000’s have created the most populous generation of workers ever. This generation may also remain in the workplace longer than any group before them. As data shows, and projections suggest, technology and health care will continue …