Ensuring Health and Income Security for an Aging Workforce
- Peter P. Budetti(Northwestern University)Richard V. Burkhauser(Cornell University)Janice M. Gregory(ERISA Industry)H. Allan Hunt(W.E. Upjohn Institute)Registered editor(s):
This volume explores the implications of an aging workforce for a number of social programs in the coming decades, and point to the critical policy issues we must face when growing numbers of older workers begin to strain the capacity of those programs.
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