COVID-19 erased jobs, upended plans for a long-dominant generation
Americans say it’s increasingly unlikely that they’ll work deep into their 60s, according to new data from the New York Federal Reserve.
Research shows that across countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, giving older workers greater opportunities to work would raise GDP per capita by as much as 19 per cent over the next three decades.
This book chapter outlines two strategies for designing experimental research and a four-step approach for intervention studies to understand age and work.
So, how does Dow push for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) in an industry not typically known for it?
Most of the people I know who accepted an early retirement package aren’t really done working. The package may be called “early retirement,” but they aren’t thinking retirement.
As many as 6,000 manufacturing jobs are unfilled in Connecticut, according to the state Department of Labor. To boost hiring, workforce development officials, educators and others are looking to experienced workers 50 and older who are interested in a career change.
Many older adults left their careers early or have struggled to find work during the pandemic. As employers seek new staff, advocates are urging them to reframe how they think about older workers.
The 2021 Age in the Workplace Meeting (AWM) is organized conjointly by the Department of Human Resource Studies at Tilburg University and the Department of Organizational Psychology at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, from October 27-29, 2021. The theme of the meeting is “A strengths-based approach on getting older: Unique contributions of older workers”.
Millions more retired during the pandemic than expected