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Older Workers are Facing Fewer Job Prospects and Higher COVID Risks


For many older Americans who’ve lost their jobs, prospects are especially dim, their savings ever more eaten away.

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Call for Papers: Aging and Technology Use in the Era of Digitization and Automation


This Special Issue will include 4 broad topic areas: work, health, product/device design, and the impact of COVID-19.

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Employers Failing to Tackle Age Bias in Recruitment, According to New Report


Our new report warns that older workers made redundant during the pandemic risk being shut out of employment as a result of age bias in recruitment.

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January 15, 2021

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COVID-19 and the Future of Aging: Workforce Trends


This interview with Art Bilger, the founder and CEO of WorkingNation. is the tenth in a weekly joint series on COVID-19 and the Future of Aging from the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and Next Avenue.

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The Emotional State of Remote Workers: It’s Complicated


Data on full- and part-time workers from the Gallup Panel — an approximately 100,000-member group that’s representative of the entire U.S. adult population — show that Gen X and boomer wellbeing is better than that of millennials, remote or not.

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December 27, 2020

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13% of Americans 55 and Older Plan to Delay Retirement: Survey


Smart found pre-retirees have big worries: about future income, healthcare and help managing their finances

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The Senior Community Service Employment Program: Its Influence on Participant Well-Being—and Recommendations to Strengthen It


How does the Senior Community Service Employment Program influence financial, physical, and mental well-being among its low-income and older adult participants?

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December 19, 2020

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Policies for an Aging Labor Force – Keeping Older Workers with Health Conditions Employed


” As workers grow older, they are at increased risk of experiencing serious work-limiting conditions. When these conditions cause them to become unemployed, they are at a heightened risk of taking premature retirement and experiencing an unplanned, permanent reduction in their income.”

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