Sep 22, 2017

Occupational Transitions at Older Ages: What Moves are People Making? - University of Michigan Retirement Research Center - SOURCE

ABSTRACT Given the clear benefit for both public and private finances of extending work lives, many policymakers are interested in finding and promoting ways to accomplish this objective while balancing concerns for work ability at older ages. At the same time, retirement itself is transforming from a simple transition from full-time work to full and… Read more Occupational Transitions at Older...

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