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currently has a millennial workforce

What a decade ago was a workforce dominated by baby boomers is now most commonly members of the millennial generation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics groups American adults into three categories. Since the BLS only breaks out groups into five-year chunks, we can’t segment everyone precisely into generational groups. Millennials and baby boomers were about a quarter of the U.S. workforce in 2011; now, most boomers are out of the labor force. This isn’t surprising; America is older than ever and a larger chunk of the population is adult and done working.