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Course Examines Changing Work Patterns for Older Adults

Last week Barry Bluestone hosted an Open Classroom session at Northeastern University on "The Changing American Workforce" as part of a course he calls "Demography Is Destiny." This two-hour session focused on work patterns of older adults and encore careers. See the listing under February 9 for the readings on this Northeastern University link.

Economics Professor Joseph Quinn and I were the two guest speakers. There were about 100 in the audience, which was a mix of students, boomers and older adults.

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The Benefits of a Multigenerational Workforce

Unlike any other time in history, people from four generations are on the job together. Encore.org, with support from MetLife Foundation, commissioned three essays exploring today’s multigenerational workforce.

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