Employment & work

The 2014 AARP Best Employers International Award

The 2014 AARP Best Employers International Award

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The Age and Employment Network (TAEN)

The Association for Dementia Studies: Research Associate

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The Association for Dementia Studies

Age Immaterial: Women over 50 in the workplace

27th February 2014, Trade Union Congress

A rigid workplace culture is making it difficult for older women to balance their careers with caring responsibilities, leading to decades of low pay at the end of their working lives and poverty in retirement, acording to a TUC report launched Thursday, 27 March, 2014.

Labor Force Transitions at Older Ages

25th February 2014, Michigan Retirement Research Center

Besides compensation and financial incentives, several other work-related factors may affect individual retirement decisions. Specifically, job characteristics such as autonomy, skill variety, task significance and difficulty, stress and physical demands, peer pressure and relations with co-workers, play a crucial role in determining psychological commitment to work at older ages.

 Japan leads world in employing elderly people

Japan leads world in employing elderly people

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Japan Daily Press

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