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As aging baby boomers retire, companies will: A) take advantage of the retirements by replacing them with workers earning lower wages and salaries, thus reducing labor costs. B) need to compete for
top talent, driving up the costs of recruitment and payroll. C) face few problems finding labor, because the next generation of workers is larger than the generation that is retiring. D) rely mainly on unskilled labor in the future.
As aging baby boomers retire, companies will B) need to compete for top talent, driving up the costs of recruitment and payroll.
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