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SSAI In the News
Our Gary A. Officer recently wrote an opinion piece that was featured in The Buffalo News. The piece analyzes Buffalo's economic revitalization and provides a call to action for employers and policy makers to incorporate older workers into its plans.
Reviving a City of Workers
Why are some cities continuing to decline while others are thriving as they prepare for the future of work? Read the second in our series on how cities are creating economic revitalization for all their community members - including low-income, older workers
SSAI In the News
SSAI was featured in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article exploring the impact of the increasing number of older workers remaining on the job.
Video: Barriers Increasing for Women
A recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute finds that between 40 million and 160 million women globally will be directly impacted by automation. To weather this disruption, women need to be skilled, mobile, and tech-savvy, but women face pervasive barriers on each and will need targeted support to move forward in the world of work. Watch a summary of the report, The Future of Women at Work: Transitions in the Age of Automation.
Senior Service America Awarded $45.3 Million Grant to Prepare Older Workers for the Future of Work
Senior Service America, Inc. has been awarded a $45.3 million grant by the U.S. Department of Labor to train and place 6,300 low-income, older workers in 13 states under the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
New Report: The Future of Work in America
In their new report, The Future of Work in America, the McKinsey Global Institute examines how the health of local economies today will affect their ability to adapt and thrive in the face of the changing nature of work. The trends outlined in this report, without intervention, predict widening disparities between high-growth cities and struggling rural areas, and between high-wage workers and everyone else.