- Continuing high cost of health care
- Large numbers of baby boomers (1945-1964) retiring at about the same time
- Threat of increased health care/medical costs on the economic competitiveness of the United States
- Aging population
- Growing need to develop retention strategies for the current and future workforce
- Federal health care legislation
- Preparing organizations for an older workforce and the next wave of retirement
- Threat of recession in the United States or globally
- Labor shortages at all skill levels
- Demographic shifts leading to a shortage of high-skilled workers
Source: Society for Human Resource, 2008 Trends Report
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