The Current News and Research in Aging & Work Feed informs members of the Sloan Research Network community about recent news in the popular media (newspapers, magazines, web postings, radio/TV) as well as recent scholarship in academic publications and reports. Job postings, conferences/events, Call for Papers and other items of interest to the Sloan Research Network community are also included. Sloan Research Network members can receive a weekly email with updates from the Current News and Research in Aging & Work Feed.
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We’re living longer and staying healthier than at any time in history. What’s really lagging is how we feel about it.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/33V5QI3
December 5, 2019
How well does the media cover longevity issues—and how can it improve?
…how to better train, then integrate older adults into the workforce, and the value to everyone — employers, workers, and co-workers — of a multigenerational workplace.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/2Lrty8i
It’s time to get serious about a major redesign of life. Thirty years were added to average life expectancy in the 20th century, and rather than imagine the scores of ways we could use these years to improve quality of life, we tacked them all on at the end. Only old age got longer.
Resource URL: https://wapo.st/2r4HKwT
December 1, 2019
These 21 leaders believe they can be part of improving the way our society responds to changing demographics.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/2R8kJUD
One of the warning signs of the oncoming retirement crisis is that people are often told they can make up for a lack of retirement savings by working longer.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/2QJ3TeD
November 23, 2019
The prospect of a recession carries substantial risks for older workers.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/2s4tAvV
In the past decade, I’ve talked with hundreds of people looking to make a midlife career transition. I’ve thought about what worked for me and learned what worked for others.
According to official data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today, general improvements in health and life expectancy are the reasons why people are living longer and so social attitudes should be adjusted accordingly.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/2KGc3kf
November 20, 2019
Age-diversity could be seen as our collective superpower, if we’d only become more aware of its [hidden] potential.
Resource URL: https://bit.ly/2OlQxCk
November 18, 2019
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