How Gen Z & Young Millennials Are Redefining Life Stages, Markets & Retirement For Everyone


And, while living with mom and dad well past legal drinking age may not be “terrible,” staying home impacts the lives of both young adults and their parents.

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October 14, 2020

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Women’s Career Trajectories Can Be a Model for an Aging Workforce


Managers and organizations will need to be skilled at supporting both men and women through the reshaping and pacing of careers that stretch over 50 years.

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How Can Policymakers Close the Racial Gap in Retirement Security?


Other policy options could help level the playing field for Black workers and savers, helping them overcome the systemic racism that often obstructs wealth building and limits retirement security.

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Gendered Ageism Is The New Sexism


To combat gendered ageism, the first call to action must be calling attention to the problem. Companies won’t look for solutions to a problem that they don’t know or believe exists.

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October 9, 2020

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Workplace Ageism: It’s Normal but not Ok


Podcast on ageism in employment practices, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting unemployment on older people, especially women and BIPOC.

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61% of Women are Looking to Change Careers amid COVID-19 ― Here’s How to do it SUCCESSFULLY


Before COVID-19, women in their 40s and 50s faced hurdles if they wanted to make substantial career changes. Now during the pandemic, the hurdles are even higher.

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The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Older Workers: The Role of Self-Regulation and Organizations


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

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September 30, 2020

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Disparate Disruptions: Intersectional COVID-19 Employment Effects by Age, Gender, Education, and Race/Ethnicity


Individuals with less than a college degree in their 50s and 60s were more likely to become unemployed, regardless of race.

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