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Older Workers Should Invest in Training To Combat Ageism

Older Workers Should Invest in Training To Combat Ageism

According to Glassdoor’s Chief Economist Dr. Andrew Chamberlain in the newly released “Job & Hiring Trends 2020” report, the 65+ demographic is working longer than past generations and shows no signs of retiring for good. “Senior citizens today are healthier, more engaged, and working longer than past generations,” says Chamberlain. “A ‘gray wave’ of senior citizens will be impacting the workforce …

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Register Today For 2020 Workforce Development Conference

Register Today For 2020 Workforce Development Conference

Registration is now open for the 2020 Workforce Development Conference planned June 28 to July 1, 2020 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.    To register, please CLICK HERE.    Early registration discounts are available to March 15, 2020. Group discounts are also available to organizations registering 5 or more from the same organization.   Open as PDF  GET READY FOR PITTSBURGH  Pittsburgh provides the perfect setting for the 2020 Workforce Development …

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53 Million U.S. Workers Are Making Low Wages, Despite Low National Unemployment

53 Million U.S. Workers Are Making Low Wages, Despite Low National Unemployment

53 million U.S. workers are making low wages, despite low national unemployment Washington, D.C. — A new report from the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings shows that 53 million Americans—44% of all workers aged 18-64—have low-wage jobs. This significant portion of the nation’s labor force is earning median hourly wages of $10.22 and median annual earnings of $17,950. The report, …

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Take This Job And Love It

Take This Job And Love It

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