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Boomers Bring the Experience of a Lifetime | HR VOICE.ORG

05 June 2014—Christina Matz-Costa, senior research associate at the Center is quoted on

Christina Matz-Costa, senior research associate at the Sloan Center on Aging and Work, recently published an article that the vast majority of Baby Boomers were actively involved with work and life alike. A full 92 per cent of people aged 55 to 64 where involved with paid work, volunteering, caregiving or educational activities—as were 76 per cent of those 65 and older. Nor was their involvement casual, but meaningful; they were enthusiastically dedicated and absorbed in such activities. In short, they were engaged in a way that moved them with a deeper purpose and ongoing challenge.

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