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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." This paper is co-authored with Dr. Christina Matz-Costa, assistant professor at SSW, and member of the leadership team of the Center on Aging & Work.

Millennials Inspire Peers to Pursue Careers of Purpose & Opportunity in Aging America

Today, Connect the Ages, is launching its first video in a series of digestible multimedia content showcasing the vast and fulfilling opportunities in aging. The mission of Connect the Ages is to inspire 5 million students to pursue careers in aging by 2025. The videos are coupled with grassroots campaigns and aimed to be both educational and inspirational for students and young professionals to make aging their intended destination.

Jacquelyn James, co-director of the Center, and Kevin Cahill, research economist at the Center, participated in a panel discussion of age bias in the workplace at the National Conference on Equal Opportunity Law in New Orleans, LA, March 30.

Jacquelyn James, co-director of the Center, and Kevin Cahill, research economist at the Center, participated in a panel discussion of age bias in the workplace at the National Conference on Equal Opportunity Law in New Orleans, LA, March 30.

Women see glass half full on financial security | Time Money

12 December 2014—Tay McNamara, Center's co-director of research was quoted in Time Money.

Retirement Plan—WBEZ91.5, Chicago Public Media

The uncertainty of planning for retirement.Kevin E. Cahill, Center's Research Economist on Morning Shift: The uncertainty of planning for retirement.

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The Best Life: Job and Career Tips for Older Workers

The Best Life: Job and Career Tips for Older WorkersJames appears on US News to provide tips that help older workers drive on the job.

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Lessons from setting up a hub within academia — vimeo.com

Lessons from setting up a hub within academia — vimeo.com Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Center's director appears in vimeo.com

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Aging and Work — CatholicTV

Aging and Work— CatholicTV Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Center's director appears as a guest speaker for the CatholicTV "living room" with hosts Father Robert Reed and Jay Fadden

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