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Preparing for retirement: with baby-boomer mental health nurses edging ever closer to retirement, it's time a contingency plan was developed to retain their skills and knowledge. Murphy, Russell Sep 1, 2017 775
Data on display: younger baby boomers and number of jobs held. Angeles, Domingo Jun 1, 2016 709
Continued growth, demographic shift in forecast. Statistical data Dec 7, 2015 288
Connecting the employment dots: FHWA has established five new regional centers to help develop, recruit, and retain a highly effective transportation workforce, especially crucial given so many baby boomer retirements. Martin, Clark Nov 1, 2015 2180
Are baby-boomers healthy enough to keep working? Health as a mediator of extended labour force participation. Buckley, Jennifer; O'Dwyer, Lisel; Tucker, Graeme; Adams, Robert; Wittert, Gary; Hugo, Graeme Report Dec 22, 2013 10492
Accommodating an aging workforce. O'Rourke, Morgan Brief article Oct 1, 2013 180
Fill in the generation gap: in exploring the traits that distinguish the different generations within your workforce, you'll find some ideas regarding how you can get them to work together effectively. Beekman, Trent Sep 1, 2011 1259
Life after work: older australians' experiences of early exit from the workforce. Mackenzie, Catherine; Keuskamp, Dominic; Ziersch, Anna; Baum, Fran Report Jun 22, 2011 10032
Mitigating the loss of knowledge resulting from the attrition of younger generation employees. Hokanson, Cynthia; Sosa-Fey, Josephine; Vinaja, Robert Report Mar 22, 2011 5866
The case for succession planning. Chavez, Jodi Feb 1, 2011 1092
Got a lot o' livin' to do: opportunities for older workers in the global financial crisis. Mountford, Helene Sep 1, 2010 7522
Making benefits matter: we've all heard about it. from NCB Nightly News to U.S. news & world report to TIME Magazine and beyond, the message has been consistent and it has been clear. Dell, Torry Jun 22, 2010 2258
Over 76,000,000 baby boomers--more than one-quarter of the U.S. population--are entering their 50s and 60s, but retirement in the traditional sense of the word apparently is not for them. Brief article Apr 1, 2009 81
X marks the spot. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 166
Fiscal impacts of an aging population in Montana. Haynes, George W.; Young, Douglas J.; Watts, Myles Sep 22, 2008 2114
Federal retirement crisis: danger or opportunity? Eoyang, Carson K. Sep 22, 2008 855
The appeal of public service: have we overlooked a simple way to attract a new generation of public servants? Donaldson, Samantha Sep 22, 2008 956
ProMat 2009 to address changing workforce. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 101
Strategic human resources and human capital development: strategies for managing the 21st century workforce. Roberts, Kristie; Woods, Shamiah; Richardson, Allyson Earvin; Murray, Sheena; Moss, Michael; Smith, Report Jun 22, 2008 8264
United States at threshold of dramatic demographic shift. Brief article Jun 1, 2008 141
The effects of education on the natural rate of unemployment. DePrince, Albert E.; Morris, Pamela D. Apr 1, 2008 5378
Bridging the digital divide: older workers know the business; younger workers know the technology. EAPs can help employers bring the two together to share technological expertise and critical business knowledge. Salkowitz, Rob Apr 1, 2008 2166
Please don't call us 'seniors': Senior Activity Center likely to get a new name as boomers arrive. Davis, Yvette Mar 1, 2008 965
Wanted: an advisor as quarterback for special needs planning. Finn, Brian May 7, 2007 704
Wave of retiring boomers won't roil markets: income plans will not be upended by boomer sell-offs, advisors say. Connolly, Jim Apr 16, 2007 699
What will drive client happiness in retirement? Hecker, Gordon Apr 16, 2007 679
Group life to the rescue: when baby boomers start retiring, they may cause employee shortages in important positions. Improved group life benefits could keep them working or lure them back. Panko, Ron Feb 1, 2007 2649
Effecting thought and value change: EAPs are playing an important role in encouraging greater tolerance of, and respect for, workers of Middle Eastern heritage and their family members. Rogers, Mary-Ellen Jan 1, 2007 1396
Boomers defy demo dictums. Lowry, Brian Sep 18, 2006 717
Materials research takes early retirement. Cutler, Gale Jul 1, 2006 1680
Making the move to the executive ranks: now is the time to prepare. Messmer, Max May 1, 2006 982
Back to work: as more post-retirees return to the workplace, insurers and benefit brokers are designing benefit packages that incorporate their needs. Chordas, Lori Aug 1, 2005 2716
New challenges: if baby boomers continue to work during retirement, underwriters may need to rethink group disability benefits. Bannach, Jerry Aug 1, 2005 788
The labor force and unemployment: three generations of change: the influence of the baby-boom generation on the U.S. unemployment rate continues unabated today; the subsequent, smaller generation X'ers and echo boomers have had considerably less of an influence on the rate. Sincavage, Jessica R. Jun 1, 2004 5156
Retirement, baby boomer style. Fry, Patricia Jun 1, 2003 3041
Finland plans for work force shortage. Brief Article Jan 15, 2003 111
Ten jobs by age 36. . Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 203
Forum on business & economics. Kelly, Eileen P. Mar 22, 2002 1163
Coping with the Graying Workforce. (Human Resources). Goldberg, Beverly Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2002 2564
Older workers: employment and retirement trends. Purcell, Patrick J. Oct 1, 2000 10386
Survey reports: baby-boomers now face age factor when searching for a job. Dec 22, 1998 553
Comparing the labor market success of young adults from two generations. Schrammel, Kurt Feb 1, 1998 5135
Labor force. Dec 22, 1997 771
Another look at the labor force. Fullerton, Howard N., Jr. Nov 1, 1993 5640

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