Intergenerational Workforce Solutions: Job Sharing and Mentoring The economic upheaval we’ve experienced since 2007 has really upended our long-held assumptions about employment and retirement. My generation grew up thinking that we would retire comfortably at age 65 and that younger people would naturally come along to take our jobs and keep the economy growing.

Intergenerational Workforce Solutions: Job Sharing and Mentoring The economic upheaval we’ve experienced since 2007 has really upended our long-held assumptions about employment and retirement. My generation grew up thinking that […]

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Pneumonia infections and cognition tied in new study of the elderly and dementia Many older adults deal with chronic health conditions as they age. And according to a new study, these chronic conditions often seem to be preceded by a single infection in elderly patients.

Pneumonia infections and cognition tied in new study of the elderly and dementia Many older adults deal with chronic health conditions as they age. And according to a new study, these […]

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