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.
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: Growing Cities that Work for All
Although today’s U.S. labor market is strong and unemployment is low, many working-age American remain marginalized. The Brookings Institution created a framework for regions to grow good jobs through a capability-based approach that increases regional economic competitiveness.
Was It My Age or Was I a Bad Candidate?
Age discrimination is a grim reality. But, is it always the reason why an older worker is not chosen for a position? Our Chief Operating Officer, Donna Satterthwaite, provides advice for older job seekers on avoiding common mistakes that hinder their search success.
Lifting our Voices to Prevent Elder Abuse
As many as 1 in 10 older Americans are abused and neglected annually. Our own Chris Garland shares her family's story of elder abuse to raise awareness, reduce the stigma, and provide advice on how other families can protect their loved ones.