Research

“Generation War?” New Survey Shows Few Takers

Are the generations allied or opposed? Is the cliche of generational conflict legitimate — or false? These are the questions […]

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Stanford Research Shows Widespread Desire for Encore Purpose

Large numbers of older adults rank life goals focused on “purpose beyond the self” very high on their personal priorities […]

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Proving the Power of Encore Talent

Encore talent makes sense, right? What social purpose organization interested in making a difference wouldn’t want to tap experienced talent […]

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At 65, I Still Want to Have It All, Next Avenue

September 23, 2015

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Do Purpose and Passion Add Up to Impact?

A version of this post originally appeared on March 11, 2015 on AGEnda, the aging and work blog of The Center […]

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Back to the Future (Déjà Vu)

I’m generally a glass-half-full kind of guy, but the latest research on planning for an aging workforce has me scratching […]

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Pass It On: Encore Talent and Vulnerable Youth

How can the skills and experience of encore talent be mobilized to support vulnerable youth? That’s the question a group […]

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Change is coming to the workforce: Will you run towards it, or will you run away?

Employers could do much more to help retirees transition to meaningful – and socially significant – next acts, according to new research by The Conference Board and Encore.org.

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Moving from ideas to action: Growing interest in encore careers

Encore.org vice president Jim Emerman describes the latest findings from the 2014 Encore Careers Survey.

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New Roles, Few Rules: Nonprofit Leaders Charting New Territory

Encore.org vice president Phyllis Segal discussed the new report from The Building Movement Project and Encore.org on how nonprofit leaders can plan for a purposeful encore.

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