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AARP finds Georgia’s work force is getting grayer

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Jobs will grow in Georgia over the next two decades, according to a recent report from the AARP, but filling them will be a challenge as the state’s population ages. Census figures predict that the population of seniors will grow from 10% of Georgia’s population in 2005 to 17% in 2025, while the percentages for all other age groups will shrink.

The report, White Collar, Blue Collar, Gray Hair: The Changing Composition of Georgia’s Work Force, is available online at: www.aarp.org/research/work/employment/ga_workforce_07.html.

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