“There’s an acute need to fill important municipal positions as a result, primarily, of all the retirements of aging workers.”

As an estimated 10,000 baby boomers retire daily in the U.S., cities and towns in Massachusetts are counting on millennials such as Michael J. Nicholson and Nicholas George to help fill those jobs.

Nicholson, 25, became town administrator in Rutland last year and now plans to run for the mayor’s seat in Gardner, intent on making a difference in his hometown. George, a December 2019 Worcester State University graduate, will start as the assistant treasurer/collector in Leicester in a couple of weeks.

“There’s an acute need to fill important municipal positions as a result, primarily, of all the retirements of aging workers,” said Geoff Beckwith,

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