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Inflation, retirement accounts at risk, and general economic uncertainty are alarming older adults. At the same time, employers are facing unprecedented talent and skills shortages. This is a problem that can be solved to the benefit of all.

In addition to the talent shortage challenge, we need to address the fact that our workforce is rapidly aging. The U.S. Census Bureau predicts that by 2030, one-fifth of U.S. residents will be older than age 65. Most of these older Americans will either need to work or want to continue working. Employers will need their skills and wisdom to sustain business growth and the economic vitality of their communities.

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