Why Employers should Recruit and Retain Older Adults


When it comes to aging, working longer solves (almost) everything — for employers and all of their employees.

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September 20, 2021

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Sloan Research Network on Aging & Work Sponsors Age in the Workplace (AWM) Meeting at the University of Groningen


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”.

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September 2, 2021

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“Beware the Young Doctor and the Old Barber”: Development and Validation of a Job age-type Spectrum


Taking a worker-centric approach, with evidence based on the experiences of working individuals, the current study examines the age-related stereotypes of jobs, the characteristics of age-stereotyped jobs, and the consequences of occupying them.

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What’s Behind the Surprising Gender Split for Boomers’ Retirement Saving?


Men and women have been approaching money quite differently lately.

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August 25, 2021

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AGE @ WORK The New Revolution


Hear from speakers offering fresh perspective on work after 50 and network with longevity market leaders, creative thinkers, and media colleagues.

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Good or Bad jobs? Characteristics of Older Female Part-time Work


This study’s findings have major implications for public and organisational policy on part-time labour market participation, highlighting the need for a new research agenda on older workers.

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August 22, 2021

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High Retirement Anxiety For Millennials and Generation X


More than two-thirds of Americans (67 percent) say the nation faces a retirement crisis. And, more than half (56 percent) are concerned that they won’t be able to achieve a financially secure retirement. 

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August 18, 2021

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