Long-Term Care - Nurses Need Care Too

America’s Nurses Are Aging

We the People of the United States are getting older, and so are our nurses.

The U.S. Census conducted in 2010 predicts that there will be 19.6 million American workers aged 65 or older by 2050. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s publication “The Aging Workforce: Challenges for the Health Care Industry Workforce,” a full 75 percent of the U.S. workforce will reach age 65 or older by 2050. The number of employees ages 25 to 54 will only increase by a predicted 2 percent during the same period of time.

The U.S. Census conducted in 2010 predicts that there will be 19.6 million American workers aged 65 or older by 2050. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s publication “The Aging Workforce: Challenges for the Health Care Industry Workforce,” a full 75 percent of the U.S. workforce will reach age 65 or older by 2050. The number of employees ages 25 to 54 will only increase by a predicted 2 percent during the same period of time.

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