February 23, 2017 | Lori A. Trawinski PhD,CFP, AARP Public Policy Institute
America’s workforce is aging. People are living longer and many will need or want to work beyond what was once considered typical retirement age. AARP believes that the time has come to disrupt aging—that is, to move beyond outdated and limiting beliefs about aging and change the conversation about what it means to age in America. A major opportunity awaits employers and employees alike to begin a conversation about how to do that.