This past September, I traveled to China for a meeting of the World Economic Forum, the so-called “Summer Davos.” It was […]
If Washington lawmakers could pass one policy to benefit older Americans in 2015, it should be a brand-new Legacy Corps, […]
My one tip for older Americans who are currently out of work, but who would like to find full-time employment? […]
In a new piece, former Disney CEO Michael D. Eisner and I argue that the “graying” of America is an […]
In the Harvard Business Review, Marc Freedman endorses a so-called “third stage of education.”
In 2010, Chris Farrell tapped into the zeitgeist with his groundbreaking book, The New Frugality. Now he’s done it again […]
You’ve probably heard the adage before: Nobody on their deathbed ever wished they had spent more time at the office. […]
Marc Freedman discussed how to modernize social security to encourage encore careers.
Marc Freedman makes the case for a new view of retirement – the encore career – in this article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Adults today generally have the good fortune to be healthier and more energetic than previous generations – and an appetite […]