About four million people under the age of 55 may be ready to start seeking a job in the United States, according to a Breakingviews analysis. Yet, the proportion of older folks working also has increased since before the crisis hit – and they might not be so quick to retire. As the economy improves, these two trends could wreak havoc on the U.S. unemployment rate.
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