Work–family Balance in the Second Half of Life: Caregivers’ Decisions Regarding Retirement and Working Time Reduction in Europe
The results show that, in most cases, upward caregiving to parents is less relevant for deciding to remain in the labour market than lateral care (especially to siblings, friends and neighbours) and downward grandchild care.
- Aging and Retirement
- Older workers
- Public Policies--Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid
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October 30, 2020
From where we sit now — with so many grandparents unable to hug their grandchildren — it might be hard to envision how older people can step up to nurture millions of other people’s kids. But crisis can be the (grand)mother of invention.
- Age bias/ageism
- Diversity and Aging
- Engagement in later life
- Successful/Productive aging
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May 21, 2020
What experts in aging think the future holds for Boomer bashing.
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May 14, 2020
As the pandemic unfolds, it is redefining the roles of working grandmothers along two key dimensions. First, are grandmothers and grandchildren isolating together or apart? Second, who is able to work from home?
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May 9, 2020
In this manuscript, we update the literature over the last decade in addressing several new content areas that have emerged in the grandfamilies literature, along with issues that are still important to understanding grandparents raising their grandchildren today.
June 27, 2019