The US Strategic Advantage of Older Workers
This year Older Americans’ Month falls as both the national and local US economies reach near-record levels. With increasing discussion on how to maintain a competitive advantage in this marketplace, one universal theme from both policymakers and CEOs is the need for skilled talent to sustain economic growth.
Hill Briefing Examines SCSEP’s Role in Workforce System
Earnings for Senior Community Service Employment Program participants who move into unsubsidized jobs exceed program costs, and despite its smaller size, the program serves more low-income older workers than mainstream federal workforce development programs.
Older Veterans Deserve Better In The Labor Market
At first glance, news that the nation’s unemployment rate is now 4.1% — a downward trend now spanning 80 quarters – would appear to merit celebration. One would assume that an economy moving towards full employment would lift the nation’s mood, even amidst the ongoing political drama in Washington, DC.
SSAI Announces Awards Recipients to Kick off National Employ Older Workers Week
As the number of younger workers in America is set to decrease within a few years, employers are looking to older workers to fill talent gaps in their workforce. Increasingly, they can.