Where did the missing 3.6 million workers go? How COVID shook up labor market

Where did the missing 3.6 million workers go? How COVID shook up labor market

The majority of the missing workforce are people 55 and older — some 2.4 million people — who either retired early by choice because they could financially or low-income retirement-age workers who were axed at the start of the outbreak.

New York Post

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