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  1. Thought leadership: Informing the Workplace and Our World

    Longevity. Caregiving. Brain health. Diversity. Artificial intelligence. An intergenerational workforce. These are the forces that continue to change how we live and work. What can we expect in the years ahead and what impact will these trends have on individuals, the workplace and global policy? How can we navigate this evolving landscape, and what strategies can we implement to help us reach our goals?
  2. Wall Street Journal Letter to the Editor

    Joseph Sternberg is absolutely right about the adverse effect of Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to tax baby boomers (“How Do You Tax A Baby Boomer?,” Political Economics, Sept. 13). Yet it surprises me how stuck in a 20th-century work-retirement model even the usually perceptive and insightful Mr. Sternberg seems to be.
  3. Is an Aging Population Hurting the U.S. Economy?

    U.S. economic growth has been underwhelming for some time, averaging around 2% these days. In recent months, economic commentators have intensified their search for the underlying reason why the economy can’t kick into higher gear. They’ve landed on this highly disputable explanation: Too many old people.
  4. Early Adulthood Study

    CBS 8 talks about key findings from Merrill Lynch's new Early Adulthood Study, including that nearly 3/4 of millennials are receiving financial help from their parents and an increasing number are making early withdrawals from their retirement accounts to pay the bills. These trends have important financial implications for adult children and parents alike, today and in the future. 

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