Way ahead of you.
Here's the breakdown of the jobs report by age bucket: the biggest growth in jobs is that group you say is retiring early to sunshine and drinks at the 19th hole:
16-19 + 6K
20-24 + 62K
25-54 - 359K
What should be the meat of the workforce, the 25-54 dropped by 359,000 jobs in November. Want to talk about what happened to pay for these jobs? Part time vs Full? All rosy, I assure you.
No one said the job report is rosy or great, though they are relative to European Communities zero growth and China/India slow downs.
As on boomers effect on job participation. Like I said, search for and read up on what others think and believe other than Limpball and pundits from fox dot con.