Andrew Scott is Professor of Economics at London Business School and co-author of The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity.
If you're like most people, you probably know that aging affects your happiness—but chances are what you think you know is wrong, says Jonathan Rauch.
Modern Elder Chip Conley: "The future is all about mutual mentorship in which wisdom is being shared in both directions from old to you and vice versa."
Elizabeth White, author of Fifty-five, Underemployed and Faking Normal, is an aging solutions advocate for older adults facing uncertain work and financial insecurity.
Richard Eisenberg is Managing Editor of PBS' Nextavenue.org, a site for people 50+, where he is also the editor of the Money and Work & Purpose channels.
Overwhelmingly, members of different generations see the value of cross-generational collaboration and want to learn from others’ experience and worldviews.
Getting employers over their customary ill-founded skepticism about value of older workers will become more important as the American labor force shrinks.
Workers over age 55 are the fastest-growing segment of the labor force, so it’s important for businesses to embrace workplace practices that speak to them.
Cultural stereotypes cling to us, even as baby boomers move through the pipeline and want and need financially, in many cases, to stay working.
Companies can hire, retain, and support workers over 50 with training and education opportunities as well as flexible work practices like job sharing.