Providing a foundation for older American workers to stay in labor force longer

Head shot of Beth Truesdale

Keeping older Americans in the labor force longer (a financial necessity for many; also good for the economy) may very well depend on improving the quality of their jobs when they are much younger, according to a report authored by Beth Truesdale, PhD, our former Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work, and current research associate. Tune in to this webinar co-sponsored by Brookings Institution and the Kellogg Public-Private Initiative to see Beth, as well as three other leading labor experts, present their findings and retirement policy suggestions.