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Forbes: "Want To Work Longer? Careful, Your Fifties Define Your Sixties"

November 7, 2022
Forbes exposes this wakeup call from the book "Overtime: America's Aging Workforce and the Future of Working Longer:" More than half of Americans don't work consistently throughout their 50s, and since working consistently throughout one's 50s is a strong determinent of whether one works into their 60s, clearly there is problem with the "plan" that we can all just delay retirement in response to living a longer life. Coeditors Lisa Berkman and Beth Truesdale share findings from their book and explain why "retirement policy = labour policy =... Read more about Forbes: "Want To Work Longer? Careful, Your Fifties Define Your Sixties"
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AARP Thought Leadership Annual Conference: Building a competitive future for all: The business case for health & longevity

October 20, 2022
Co-editor Beth Truesdale joined the diverse panel and spoke about “Creating a new culture of health in the workplace.” Watch the video on demand of her segment (registration is required). A recorded version of the entire conference is also available. Read more about AARP Thought Leadership Annual Conference: Building a competitive future for all: The business case for health & longevity
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National Press Foundation presents: "Overtime or Out of Time: Delayed retirement is a unicorn for most people—but it doesn’t have to be"

Beth Truesdale shares insights on why delayed retirement is not an option for all, and why the quality of jobs throughout the lifecourse is of central importance

September 9, 2022
Co-editor of Overtime, Beth Truesdale, PhD, joins fellow sociologist and host of the video podcast Work4Change, Kendra Jason, PhD, in this 30-minute conversation about what gave birth to the project and book, why delayed retirement is not a realistic option for many Americans, and the why we need to pay more attention to the quality of jobs available to workers throughout the lifecourse. Read more about Beth Truesdale shares insights on why delayed retirement is not an option for all, and why the quality of jobs throughout the lifecourse is of central importance
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