Harnessing Longevity in the Future of Work

Research shows that across countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, giving older workers greater opportunities to work would raise GDP per capita by as much as 19 per cent over the next three decades.

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September 16, 2021

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Policy Dialogue on Mature Workers in Organisations: Emerging Policy Issues for a Productive Future

Jointly presented by CEPAR and the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) in the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU, the Policy Dialogue brought together Australian and international experts, policymakers, industry representatives and researchers to consider current and future challenges

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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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Many Pandemic Retirees Weren’t Ready. How to Cope if You’re One of Them.

A significant portion of workers who left their jobs since the coronavirus began surging were financially unprepared, research shows.

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Planned Retirement Timing in Europe: Are Europeans Adapting to the Policy of Extending Working Lives

This study investigates whether older workers have adapted their planned retirement age, as a result of this new policy credo.

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August 10, 2021

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Tapping into Australia’s Ageing Workforce: Insights from Recent Research

Employers need better strategies to seize the opportunities that an older workforce presents and turn it to their competitive advantage. Failing to adapt would be costly to individuals, firms, and society. Governments can help with a more strategic approach, continuing to support health, mainstream lifelong learning, and address shortcomings related to regulation, incentives, and labour market programs.

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June 24, 2021

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Future of Ageing 2021: Reimagining Ageing in a Changing World

Through Future of Ageing 2021, we will explore how government, business and individuals need to plan for the future of ageing and how we instil fresh thinking into well-worn debates. We want to recalibrate and reimagine ageing in light of new norms around what it’s like to age.

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June 2, 2021

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20 Years After its Adoption, the EU Employment Directive Still Leaves Older Workers Behind

Active ageing and flexible retirement policies applied across the EU aim to encourage and support longer working lives. But European and national courts still seem to reflect biased and outdated views of the life course and of older people’s abilities to work and do not equally protect our human rights when we are older.

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May 26, 2021

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