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New Players

  • Baby-boomers, born from the mid-forties to the mid-sixties, have added large numbers of educated workers to the labor force. Initially competing for entry level jobs, they now face increasing competition for decreasing numbers of middle and upper level positions.

  • More women have joined the work force, supported by a change in social norms. These women are prepared with high levels of education, motivated by desire for achievement and by economic pressures.

  • Immigrants, primarily Hispanic and Asian, have greatly increased the labor force.


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