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What Older Adults Want in the Workplace | Kendal Northern Ohio Blog

6 August 2014—Sloan Center study is mentioned on

Although older adults are staying at work longer, they aren’t necessarily getting everything they need from their employers or the companies they work for. A survey by The Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College found that working older adults are frustrated by the lack of availability of development and learning opportunities. Since most training occurs early on in careers, older adults are disappointed by their chances for advancement.

Regardless of why older adults are remaining in the workforce longer, the choice to retire is a personal one that should be made with proper timing and your family situation in mind.... Read the full article »