The current study takes a person-centered approach, via latent class analysis, to examine the effects of disability characteristics on employment outcomes for older workers.
Using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling, this study examines five areas of I-deals (i.e., Task and Work Responsibilities, Workload Reduction, Schedule Flexibility, Location Flexibility, and Financial Incentives) and their relationships with retirement preferences among Swedish public-sector employees aged 55 years or older (n = 4,499).
In this article, we present the social processes impacting early mortality in people with serious mental illness (SMI)paradigm, which highlights the powerful role of social processes in shaping the health and health behaviors of people with SMI.
This is a special call for retirement or disability research proposals that focus on the well-being of older African-Americans and/or disparities among different race/ethnic groups.
A fundamental long-term drag on the working-age population is the exit of the enormous baby boom generation from the labor force. The number of people ages 65 and over will likely jump 30% over the next decade, Frey said.
Encouraging pensioner employment is one answer to the challenge of aging societies. Employment positively influences the subjective well-being (SWB) of working-age populations, but the implications for pensioners, including variance by gender and occupational class, are unclear.
High performance work systems (HPWS) have been shown to associate with performance at diverse levels. In this article, we study the effects of employee age on the relationship between HPWS and employee performance.
ASA is pleased to open a Call for Proposals to On Aging 2022, as we look forward to reuniting in person in New Orleans.
And Encore Fellows like Maxion, Harriette Cole and David Pfeifer, featured below, have been finding novel, meaningful ways to assist nonprofits during Covid-19.
Our estimates show that a one-year increase in men’s life expectancy raises their labor force participation rate by 1 to 2 percent. The effect on female labor supply is smaller.