Many older adults are working longer than they had expected or even "un"-retiring to cover the costs of basic expenses.
As older adult labor force participation continues to grow post-COVID, many will face barriers to securing employment in traditional and non-traditional markets.
Join our Oct. 27 roundtable to hear from a panel of experts on helping older adults overcome barriers to employment.
The rising cost of living and historic inflation have forced many older adults to extend their working years or “un”-retire to cover the cost of basic expenses. As older adult labor force participation continues to grow post-COVID, many will face barriers to securing employment in traditional and non-traditional markets.
Join an NCOA roundtable to hear a panel of experts discuss:
- Barriers older workers confront as they extend their working years or return to employment
- Federal, state, and local solutions that can ease the path to employment
- What organizations can do to support this population
- Genevieve Waterman (Moderator): NCOA Associate Director, Economic Security
- Maura Porcelli (Moderator: NCOA Senior Director, Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
- Denise Minter: Content Creator, Felton Institute
- Marian Christmom: Manager of Digital Inclusion Initiatives, Nashville Public Libraries
- Catherine Spensley: Senior Division Director, Felton Institute
- Amy Yu: Program Director, Workforce and Engagement Services, Felton Institute
- Samantha Sorscher: Team Lead, Community and Social Impact, Fiverr