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In a new piece, former Disney CEO Michael D. Eisner and I argue that the “graying” of America is an extraordinary opportunity to be seized, not a problem to be solved. The piece is already generating significant affirmation: Since going live on Friday, it was picked...
August 28, 2014
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 with Unretirement: How Baby Boomers Are Changing The Way We Think About Work, Community, and the Good Life, which will be released on September 2....
Encore.org vice president Jim Emerman describes the latest findings from the 2014 Encore Careers Survey.
Human resource professionals are taking notice of the immense human talent represented by the encore population – discussed in this 3-part article in the premier journal for the field.
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.
You’ve probably heard the adage before: Nobody on their deathbed ever wished they had spent more time at the office. I thought a lot about that when I heard David Brooks TED talk, where he contrasted ‘resume’ and ‘eulogy’ values – really urging us to weigh what...
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.