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Economic Empowerment for Older Veterans
SSAI builds pathways to economic independence for our low-income, older Americans. We focus on development programs for workers who have been traditionally underserved, including older Veterans, women, and formerly incarcerated workers. We are thrilled to share the following success story from our wonderful partner, Pro Action of Steuben & Yates, Inc.
SSAI Celebrates the 50+ Workforce
On May 30, 2019, SSAI Maryland hosted a Celebration of the 50+ Workforce at the Center for Urban Families in Baltimore. Nearly 100 people attended the event including Brigid Smith, Director of Government, Business & Community Affairs for the office of Representative John Sarbanes of Maryland's Third Congressional District; The Honorable Leon F. Pinkett, III, representing Baltimore City District 12 and his Chief of Staff Monique N. Marshall.
The New Reality for Older Americans
Gary A. Officer reflects on SSAI's Older American Month Celebration highlighting how older Americans are forced to remain in the workforce much longer than previous generations. This new reality requires attention and investment from both private and public sources to ensure that our most vulnerable neighbors remain independent.
Report: Automation and the Future of the African American Workforce
McKinsey and Company have released a new report examing how technology will change the nature of work across the spectrum. African Americans are among the most vulnerable to this change. Collaboration across the private, public, and social sectors can help.
Looking for a Competitive Advantage? Cultivate a Multi-Generational Workforce
The future of work requires a productive multigenerational workforce. What can you do to build age diversity today?
My Thoughts from AiA19
I had the honor of representing SSAI last week at the annual national convention of the American Society on Aging (ASA). Here are some highlights of my experience.
New Report: Automation and a Changing Economy
The Aspen Institute recently published a two-part report called Automation and a Changing Economy, which explores how automation has impacted and will continue to impact the economic security and opportunity of the American worker.