As They Aged, They Started Businesses for People Like Them


After working for others, some Americans find opportunities in working for themselves — while catering to people growing older.

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October 21, 2020

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Making a New Start in a Business of Their Own


Whether because of layoffs or a desire for a new challenge, older people are becoming entrepreneurs at an increasing rate.

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How COVID-19’s 168-Hour Workweek Is Changing Work In Retirement


Large swaths of the workforce were forced to work from home. Even after offices reopen, the idea of flexible work has become more far more flexible, making the question of retirement for many less about when to stop work, but instead how much do you want to work?

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October 14, 2020

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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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Working and Disability Expectancies at Older Ages: The Role of Childhood Circumstances and Education


We assess how childhood disadvantages combine with education to affect working and health trajectories.

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Employer-sponsored Health Insurance Costs Keep Soaring


A final point: If you’re still working you may well need to pay Medicare’s high-income premium surcharges, which might make Medicare less competitive by comparison.

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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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Ageism Is Rampant in COVID-19 Era


Employment among older workers is about 15 percentage points lower than it was in February, while the rate for all workers between the ages of 21 and 60 is about 10 points below February’s total.

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October 4, 2020

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