We offer a worker-centric perspective on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic for the aging workforce.
We argue that the COVID-19 pandemic has uncovered a number of possible gaps in our understanding of the work ability concept itself, its antecedents, and outcomes.
In this commentary, I will take a more positive perspective on older workers and discuss the self-regulation strategies that older workers engage in and how organizations can stimulate this
“Our understanding of older age is old-fashioned.”
Individuals with less than a college degree in their 50s and 60s were more likely to become unemployed, regardless of race.
DWP data shows decade-long growth in over-50s employment stalled this year
For older workers, it’s not just — or even primarily — the money
The Gen2Gen Innovation Fellowship supports practical visionaries of all ages with ambitious initiatives to bridge generational divides.
COVID-19 continues to disproportionately affect older minority populations, largely because of their economic and family living conditions, according to a study by a Florida State University researcher.
However, 12% of retirees have no savings and no investments.