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R. Suave said: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?
 
 

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

 

No thoughts, etc...Copy/paste from libtard source. 
Bloomberg:  :rofl:  
This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?
Veghead's idea of intelligent thoughts are sarcasm.  :rofl:   :rofl:   

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?
https://www.forbes.com/sites/qai/2023/0 ... can%20help).

Unemployment Is Low, But So Is The Labor Force Participation Rate — What’s Going On In The U.S. Labor Market? Key takeaways 
  • Unemployment has consistently fallen since December 2021
  • One factor behind declining unemployment could be a slow recovery in the labor force participation rate since the onset of COVID
  • Labor force participation has been on a downward trend for decades due to an aging population and other factors
 Unemployment is one of the most important measures that economists track to gauge the health of an economy. In general, low unemployment rates mean an economy is strong because most workers can find jobs.In the U.S., unemployment has remained relatively low over the past year despite concerns about an oncoming recession. However, low unemployment could be partially due to a low labor participation rate. This could be a bad sign for the economy moving forward (but Q.ai can help).

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Though it has recovered somewhat, labor force participation remains below 62.5%, well off pre-pandemic highs. Some believe that low unemployment rates are partly due to the reduced size of the labor force and aren’t indicative of a strong economy.

 
 

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Huey » 09 Feb 2024, 12:21 pm » wrote: https://www.forbes.com/sites/qai/2023/0 ... can%20help).

Unemployment Is Low, But So Is The Labor Force Participation Rate — What’s Going On In The U.S. Labor Market? Key takeaways 
  • Unemployment has consistently fallen since December 2021
  • One factor behind declining unemployment could be a slow recovery in the labor force participation rate since the onset of COVID
  • Labor force participation has been on a downward trend for decades due to an aging population and other factors
 Unemployment is one of the most important measures that economists track to gauge the health of an economy. In general, low unemployment rates mean an economy is strong because most workers can find jobs.In the U.S., unemployment has remained relatively low over the past year despite concerns about an oncoming recession. However, low unemployment could be partially due to a low labor participation rate. This could be a bad sign for the economy moving forward (but Q.ai can help).

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Though it has recovered somewhat, labor force participation remains below 62.5%, well off pre-pandemic highs. Some believe that low unemployment rates are partly due to the reduced size of the labor force and aren’t indicative of a strong economy.
Do you mind if we do the short version of this, this time?

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:28 pm » wrote: Do you mind if we do the short version of this, this time?

You do whatever floats your boat, man.  

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?
With all these jobs and the booming economy and everything, why is everyone under the age of 30 complaining that they can't afford to move out of mom and dad's basement?

Because they are spoiled little brats that have always had everything handed to them, that's why.
 
They would rather spend their paychecks on $100 a bottle tequila and weed than pay rent and the light bill.
 
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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?
You get your KFC from Uber Eats or Grub Hub?

You seem to be out of touch with the brick and mortar stores.
 

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Huey » 09 Feb 2024, 12:30 pm » wrote: You do whatever floats your boat, man.

what are the numerator and the denominator of the LFPR?

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/fac ... 98002/Fact check: 47% of American young adults currently live with their parentsImage
 

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RedheadedStranger » 09 Feb 2024, 12:32 pm » wrote: With all these jobs and the booming economy and everything, why is everyone under the age of 30 complaining that they can't afford to move out of mom and dad's basement?

Because they are spoiled little brats that have always had everything handed to them, that's why.
 
They would rather spend their paychecks on $100 a bottle tequila and weed than pay rent and the light bill.
But Jeanine Pirro is here to describe Real America to you...

whose kids?

Mine is 25, hasn't asked for a dime since she got her sign on bonus more than 2 years ago.

Her boyfriend, 28, worked his way up the Texas system from JUCO to Austin, and is also the top engineer in his class at their Samsung plant.

 

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GHETTOBLASTER » 09 Feb 2024, 12:42 pm » wrote: Fact check: 47% of American young adults currently live with their parents
And those are the same young adults that are buying designer clothes and accessories, "vacationing" three or four times a year, and door dashing every meal with their $1500 iPhone.

Boo hoo hoo, I can't afford rent and weed too.

As a society, we've raised a generation of spoiled **** brats.


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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?

No thoughts, etc..copy/paste from a libtard source.

Bloomberg:  :rofl:   :rofl:  
This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?
Veghead's idea of intelligent thoughts, sarcasm.  :rofl:   :rofl:  

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Huey » 09 Feb 2024, 12:30 pm » wrote: You do whatever floats your boat, man.
Told you it would be short...

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:49 pm » wrote: But Jeanine Pirro is here to describe Real America to you...

whose kids?

Mine is 25, hasn't asked for a dime since she got her sign on bonus more than 2 years ago.

Her boyfriend, 28, worked his way up the Texas system from JUCO to Austin, and is also the top engineer in his class at their Samsung plant.
Mine haven't asked me for anything either. Not a penny.

​​​​​​They are the exception to the rule.
 
https://fortune.com/2022/12/13/gen-z-yo ... n-stanley/

U.S. Census data shows that nearly half of all young adults between ages 18 and 29 live at home—the highest level recorded since 1940.
 

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RedheadedStranger » 09 Feb 2024, 12:53 pm » wrote: Mine haven't asked me for anything either. Not a penny.

​​​​​​They are the exception to the rule.
So how do you know about it?

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RedheadedStranger » 09 Feb 2024, 12:50 pm » wrote: And those are the same young adults that are buying designer clothes and accessories, "vacationing" three or four times a year, and door dashing every meal with their $1500 iPhone.

Boo hoo hoo, I can't afford rent and weed too.

As a society, we've raised a generation of spoiled **** brats.

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Exactly. 
They budget $24,000 per year for entertainment and recreation on a $48,000 salary.
The [[[JWO]]] Social Engineers did a very fine job engineering the  very first batch of "Post Women's Lib"  babies.
Who says that their population control agenda isn't working...?
 

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Vegas » 09 Feb 2024, 12:51 pm » wrote: No thoughts, etc..copy/paste from a libtard source.

Bloomberg:  Image   Image  

Veghead's idea of intelligent thoughts, sarcasm.  Image   Image
Help  @Huey  figure out where he went so terribly wrong..

 

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:15 pm » wrote: Another ‘Great Retirement’ Wave Hits the US After Stocks Rally

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... nd=premium


Economists long expected the share of retirees in the population to soar as baby boomers aged. Covid-19 then caused the number to spike well beyond expectations, a surge dubbed the “Great Retirement Boom.” But just as they seemed to be coming back down, the numbers surged again in recent months, reaching a post-pandemic record in December.

This is terrible....just awful.....too many Americans working....too many Americans retiring...

WHEN WILL THIS NIGHTMARE END?

Hey Dickhead Number 1...

You should start a blog and call it the "Dickhead Press"....kind of ironic since you are also know to dabble in "man in a dress" sex since you've never been able to obtain a girlfriend....which is a true statement if you don't country the neighbors dog.

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:58 pm » wrote: Help  @Huey  figure out where he went so terribly wrong..
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Reference sheet for Veghead's advanced stage dementia and incessant redundancies.
  1. Media Comment = You can't refute it it (VF caption is one of many examples). 
  2. "Are these your words/fee-fees)?" or "**** writes itself" = random quotes strung together for you to pretend they are meaningful. 
  3. Two pics: First pic- you admitted that you are lying about it, per the deal. Second pic- our notifications are comparable, minus the spam. 
  4. "Does the rule apply to you?" = Yes, but I don't violate it because I answer member's questions. You don't. Thus, you are punished for it.
  5. Questions/demands = Rule, idiot. 1k greenies. Or **** your questions/demands.
  6. Projection
  7. "You are lying"  = You are lying by saying I am lying.
  8. Creeping in profiles= **** you stalker. Die. 
  9. Strikethroughs = Too much of a coward to read past 3 words...then makes an *** out of himself for it.

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R.Suave » 09 Feb 2024, 12:56 pm » wrote: So how do you know about it?
The wife and I are part time community advocates with a local organization and are constantly working with "kids" between the ages of 19 and 25 navigate adulthood.

We've fostered a few kids too, years ago, but we've gotten a bit old for that now.

It's called getting in the trenches... something you probably know no nothing about.