The aging Baby Boomers are placing downward pressure on economic growth in recent years, and over the coming decade, possibly two. As they continue to enter retirement, net growth rates are and will be slower than we have become accustomed to. Take employment for example. For every retirement, a business must hire two workers to see net job growth. The first worker simply replaces the retiree, resulting in no job growth. A year ago, our office explored these issues a bit more in depth.
Source: Retirements Hit Close to Home