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Boomer Disengagement Costs Firms Over $450 Billion | Business Insider

A study by the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College found that staying engaged in your 50s and 60s is directly linked to overall well being. As Boston College researcher Christina Matz-Costa wrote on Next Avenue, people who reported being highly engaged in work, volunteering, caregiving or educational activities had significantly higher scores for life satisfaction and mental health than those who were relatively unengaged.