What's Keeping the Unemployed From Getting Jobs - Next Avenue

Although the overall unemployment rate has been dropping steadily lately, it's a much different story for Americans 55 and older. And things are still pretty dismal for the long-term unemployed. But MIT Professor Ofer Sharone, author of Flawed System/Flawed Self, has a few ideas on how to turn things around for white-collar job seekers and how they should look for work.

September 22, 2016

Working Through Retirement

Even though ageism seems rampant, many seniors report increased happiness in the workplace. Read about this dichotomy of sentiments and why continuing to work through retirement offers many benefits. The world hasbecome a bit of an anomaly when it comes to the workplace.

September 22, 2016

What It Means to Be a Senior in the Gig Economy

Miss Daisy could be your next Uber driver. More than 400,000 Americans ages 65 and older earn income from digital platforms such as Uber and Airbnb. and those seniors are more reliant on such gigs than their younger peers, according to a new report from the JPMorgan Chase Institut e.

September 16, 2016

How Planning to Work in Retirement Can Backfire

Working in retirement is the closest thing to a silver bullet that most Americans who haven't saved enough money will find-and millions are signing up for it. Seven in 10 workers say they plan to work as long as possible, a Bankrate survey released this week found.

September 11, 2016

Managing the Back to Work Blues

05 September 2016 - The summer holiday season has come to an end and workers are returning to their desks and work. Insights reveals useful tips for handling the return to work and the inevitable mood drop that accompanies it Jermaine Haughton From sun, sea and sand to shirts, stressful commutes and backlogged emails.

September 9, 2016