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CBO Paper: Disability and Retirement: the Early Exit of Baby Boomers from the Labor Force (PDF)
U.S. Congressional Budget Office [CBO]Link to more items from this source
Nov. 23, 2004
28 pages. Excerpt: Although the oldest members of the baby-boom generation will not become eligible for Social Security retirement benefits until 2008, when they reach age 62, many of them already have left the labor force. This paper--prepared as part of the Congressional Budget Office's (CBO's) ongoing examination of the future composition of the labor force and the performance of the economy--uses data from a national survey to provide information about the men and women who leave the[.]

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