>>76261>Its already happening here with the boomers starting to retire
I have noticed that. Which is why I thonk it will come sooner than he predicted, however he still only gave a guess-istimate range. Still, most of your major financial secotrs are still ran, by you guessed it, baby boomers. Even your politicians are pushing their 60s, 70s, and 80s (looking at you McCain, fucking leave already.) It's still a baby boomer's world. Fortunately they will die off, and this trend will continue faster than you think.>So we need more jobs that are decent, but the pacos here take most of the opening ones so it makes us even more fucked.
Ah, and you have the Indians taking your tech jobs too. Despite being incompetent. Decent jobs are definitely being taken away. But, let's not forget that the unemployment rate is only 4% in America (maybe a debatable number, but it's the most solid I have seen) and the employment trend will only increase. An influx of elderly care jobs that exceeds worker supply will definitely happen. A lot of Pacos will unlikely become doctors after all.>>76273
Oh, yes. This wouldn't be a bad idea at all, especially when tax revenue goes up later on when the children enter the work force. It can be dressed up in a name that's more subtle. There are other ways too, and society wil have to make some changes as well. On the top of my head I can name the need to change divorce laws in order to discourage divorce (marriage equals family.) As well as universal paid, and extended maternity leave coupled with financial benefits for stay at home mothers. Becoming a mother must be incentivised. It warrants high appraise.