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10/31/2013 – The Myth That Baby Boomers Are Stealing Jobs (U.S. News & World Report)
Policymakers can boost income and payroll tax revenue by taking steps to facilitate longer working lives – for example, by changing the structure of Social Security and Medicare so that they stop punishing work at older ages. Some have objected to such recommendations, arguing that older workers who stay on the job longer make it harder for younger workers to find employment. But there’s no evidence that older workers threaten the jobs of younger ones.
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