Is Working Longer the Answer for an Aging Workforce?
One of the most important labor market developments of the last century was the sustained trend toward earlier retirement among American men. This trend came to at least a temporary halt in the mid-1980s. Since then, male participation rates at older ages have stabilized or even increased slightly, while older womenís participation rates have begun rising dramatically...
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