15 Years of a Tight Labor Market Are Around the Corner
25 February, 2014 | (01 hr)
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Amid the current discussions about weakness in the US labor market, we have lost sight of how quickly it has been tightening. Within two years, we will experience the beginning of a 15-year period during which employment growth will be held back by supply. Most of this tightening is a result of the large wave of baby boomers retiring. In this webcast, we will discuss the business and macroeconomic implications of such dramatic change in labor market conditions. Wage growth, retention, recruiting, profits, offshoring, and productivity are among the areas that will be heavily affected.
Who Should Attend: Economists, HR executives, recruiters, workforce planning, compensation specialists
Kathy Bostjancic is director for macroeconomic analysis at The Conference Board. A specialist in the U.S. economy and financial markets, she is a member of the team that produces the U.S. economic forecast and global outlook for The Conference Boa... Full Bio
Gad Levanon, Ph.D.
Gad Levanon is director of macroeconomic research at The Conference Board, where he also leads the labor markets program. He also serves on The Demand Institute™ leadership team.
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