BMW's Mid-Life Crisis

Much like many other manufacturing enterprises, German automaker BMW is trying to deal with an ever-aging workforce. According to a recent study, Americans over the age of 65 will make up roughly 16 percent of the U.S. population in the next 10 years. An aging workforce, coupled with the decline of young people who pursue careers in the manufacturing indistry, forced BMW to get creative.

Much like many other manufacturing enterprises, German automaker BMW is trying to deal with an ever-aging workforce. According to a recent study, Americans over the age of 65 will make up roughly 16 percent of the U.S. population in the next 10 years. An aging workforce, coupled with the decline of young people who pursue careers in the manufacturing indistry, forced BMW to get creative. Here's what the company did:

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