This is the most important trend in the labor market right now. This is America’s economic future.
Workers between the ages of 25 and 34 have been surging back into the workforce over the last several years, with this trend really taking off in 2014.
A phenomenon of the coming rise of the prime-age working population — or those between the ages of 25-54. In economics speak, this would be considered a “demographic tailwind.”
Young workers today are the middle-aged, household-forming, tax-paying, consuming family heads of tomorrow.