You lack the ability to critique the White House study on worker participation, so you misuse discrete data by making unsubstantiated claims. The current population of those ages 55 and over is 85.18 million. The number of workers ages 55 and over is 33.97 million.
Meaning, roughly 60% of those ages 55 and over are not in the labor force. Since 2002, there have been an additional 14 million people ages 55 and over in the labor force, even though the population for this demographic has increased by 25 million.
For the next 15 years, their will be an average of 10,000 boomers retiring every day. That's 3.65 million per year, or roughly 14 million since 2011. Interestingly enough, there have been an additional 3 million people ages 55 and over enter the labor force in that same time frame.
We already know you lack the courage to admit when you are wrong.