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Age Diversity in the Workplace: The Effect of Relational Age within Supervisor-Employee Dyads on Employees’ Work Engagement.
Jie Yang, PhD Candidate at the Boston College School of Social Work (SSW) spoke earlier this week at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston about her recently accepted paper titled "Age Diversity in the Workplace: The Effect of Relational Age within Supervisor-Employee Dyads on Employees’ Work Engagement."
Millennials Inspire Peers to Pursue Careers of Purpose & Opportunity in Aging America
Young Professionals & Students Launch Campaign with Video for Students
Today, Connect the Ages, is launching its first video in a series of digestible multimedia content showcasing the vast and fulfilling opportunities in aging.
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The Center on Aging & Work is in the news
“The context of aging and work is changing,” said Jacquelyn B. James, a psychologist and co-director of the Center on Aging and Work at Boston College. In addition to health and longevity, she said education is a factor. “This is one of the most educated generations in history,” Dr. James said.