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2006 PSCDA Baby Boomer
1.Boomer Articles With Serious Content By Tom Washington
2.Tools to Use with Clients By Susan Lauzac
3.Books to Recommend When Coaching Boomer Clients By
4.Retirement Planning Bibliography by Andy Landis
5.Retirement Planning Links Provided by Andy Landis
6.Pictures from the 2006 PSCDA Baby Boomer Conference
This is the outstanding publication mentioned by Sally Hass and
Doug Shadel. It was produced by Towers Perrin for AARP. It
covers the benefits derived by employing 50+ workers, as well as
the added costs of employing this demographic.
This report covers 37 key indicators selected by the Forum to
portray aspects of the lives of older Americans and their families.
It is divided into five subject areas: population, economics, health
status, health risks and behaviors, and health care. It is available
online in both html and pdf. It provides great PowerPoint slides
that can be used by anyone as it is not copyrighted.
healthier, wealthier, and better educated than previous generations, but these gains have not been equal among today\u2019s older Americans...." This article summarizes the
Updated Excel spreadsheets of the data tables
(updated with more recent data and/or standard
errors for the most recent data).]
The Historical Experience of Three Cohorts of Older
Americans: An Interactive Timeline of Selected
Excellent article that deals with the myths and stereotypes of older workers and covers the productivity of older workers. It discusses desirable training techniques and the return on investment from older workers. (27 pages)
purchase the book which has material not found in the printout. It is filled with 594 facts that you will find very interesting. To get a look at a portion of the book click on \u201cDownload Sample.\u201d
This 13 page article shows a lot about the health and mortality of
Boomers and explains why seniors and the nation would benefit
from a national service program in which seniors would receive a
$400 per month tax free stipend. Interesting information and
NetAssets is a human resources website with articles that cover a
wide range of topics that will be of interest to those with clients in
the 50+ age group. There are numerous categories, with the most
appropriate ones being: Barriers to Employment, HR Point of
View, Job Search Assistance, Older Workers, Resource Links,
Retired Brains, Seasoned Pro. All articles are of high quality.
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