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Age Discrimination, Caregiving and Health Issues Limit Options for Older Workers
Even with low unemployment rates making employers desperate to hire, many older adults say they are trapped in jobs that either don't match their skills or don't let them work as many hours as they'd like, a new survey from AARP finds. (read more)
Jacquelyn James, co-director of the Center, provided the keynote address, Retirement Security, It's not Just about the Money, for the Society of Actuaries, January 14, 2020, in Orlando Florida. 
A special issue,  Psychological Mechanisms that Affect Economic Decisions to Work Longer, of the online journal, Frontiers in Psychology, Organizational Psychology was recently published, co-edited by Sloan Research Network Members, Gabriela Topa, Joanne Earl, and Jacquelyn James, published in Frontiers in Psychology, section Organizational Psychology. (read more)