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Critical Discussions on an Equitable Recovery

September 10, 2020

The Center Discusses Older Workers in WorkingNation Magazine

 

For the past five years, our media partner, WorkingNation, has taken the lead in telling stories about solutions to the skills mismatch that is disrupting the workforce and, now, how do we ensure an equitable jobs recovery.

Their recently-released digital magazine, Inquire Within, features stories about people and organizations who are striving to ensure all workers have the opportunity to obtain economic opportunity. In its pages, you will find articles, interviews, podcasts, videos, and Op-Eds. You might even stumble across some programs and initiatives you know, others you might now know. In the end, we hope that the magazine will spark ideas and everyone keeps innovating.

The Center for Workforce Inclusion was excited to contribute our expertise on older workers to this critical publication.

 

Don’t Overlook the Older Worker Podcast

Our own Gary A. Officer appears with Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, to dispel the outdated stereotypes that impact and provide advice on we can ensure that older workers have the opportunity to fully participate in our workforce.

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Experience Should be Valued

Christine Garland, Vice President of Workforce Development, is featured in this article which discusses the need for older workers to expand their digital skills. It also describes programs, such as the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), that bring those opportunities to the most vulnerable.

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