The ratio of retirees to active workers to retirees in the six pension categories it administers (top chart) is expected to keep falling before bottoming out decades from now, CalPERS says. The trend started about 12 years ago (bottom chart) as baby boomers reached retirement age.
The ratio of retirees to active workers to retirees in the six pension categories it administers (top chart) is expected to keep falling before bottoming out decades from now, CalPERS says. The trend started about 12 years ago (bottom chart) as baby boomers reached retirement age. CalPERS
The ratio of retirees to active workers to retirees in the six pension categories it administers (top chart) is expected to keep falling before bottoming out decades from now, CalPERS says. The trend started about 12 years ago (bottom chart) as baby boomers reached retirement age. CalPERS

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CalPERS: Pensioners will eventually outnumber pension contributors

November 25, 2014 04:16 PM

UPDATED November 25, 2014 04:29 PM

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