Startling Look at Job Demographics by Age

From Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis
December 7, 2012 - 5:08pm
ZeroHedge had an interesting set of charts of BLS data in his post Number Of Workers Aged 25-54 Back To April 1997 Levels. I picked up on that theme and put together this chart of BLS data showing various age groups. click on chart for sharper image Demographic Points of Note Employment in age group 25-54 is 94,063,000 Employment in age group 25-54 was 94,167,000 in April 1997 Total employment is 143,257,000 Total employment was  143,449,000 in February 2006 The low employment for age group 25-54 was 93,356,000 in October 2011, 28 months after the recovery began Total employment at the start of the recovery in June 2009 was 140,074,000 Age 55 and up employment at the start of the recovery was 27,105,000  Age 25-54 employment at the start of the recovery was 95,264,000 Age 55 and up employment is now 31,119,000 Age 25-54 employment is now 94,063,000 Reflections on th...

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