Older and Out of Work: Jobs and Social Insurance for a Changing Economy By Randall W. Eberts, Richard A. Hobbie
This volume of papers explores the labor market characteristics of older workers and critiques the effectiveness of workforce programs in addressing the needs of this growing segment of our population. The culmination of this effort is a collection of research that advances our understanding of the labor market experiences of older workers and points out some deficiencies in our current work force programs.
- The Consequences of Recent Job Growth on Older
- Age Discrimination and Hiring: Evidence from a Labor
- Reemployment and Earnings Recovery among Older
- The Fraction of Disability Caused at Work
- Disability and Retirement among Aging Baby Boomers
- Health Coverage for Aging Baby Boomers: Findings from the
- Improving Health Coverage before Medicare
- Time to Retire the Normal Retirement Age?
- Public and Private Strategies for Assisting Older Workers
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