It is said that the Depression-era generation was the greatest generation. While that is probably true, Baby Boomers, who range between the ages of 55 and 75, aren't ready to throw in the towel quite yet. In fact, many retired "Boomers" are taking a second act and getting back to work. If you look around, you will see that we still have familiar faces in Atlanta who are past retirement age reporting our news each day. Why? Work ethic—Boomers simply enjoy working and with 76 million in the U.S., there is no shortage of them.Many business owners are losing boomers to retirement these days or older employees are being forced into retirement for one reason or another. When this happens, Human Resources is left trying to fill the talent gaps with young talent or new hires who do not possess the knowledge and years of training the boomers had. But this could present a positive solution for employers to look at hiring those seeking an encore career or they could keep the boomers who want to retire and offer them less hours or approach them with the idea of taking on the role of training or consulting with your new hires. There is just something to be said about "old-school" working with young talent: it's a perfect match.