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|Harmful Workplace Practices Could Account For Inequality In Life Spans|
Inequality in health outcomes in the US is a well-researched field, but little is known about the effects of work environments on these inequalities. In a recent Health Affairs paper, Center Affiliates Jeffrey Pfeffer and Stefanos Zenios examine the impact of harmful workplace practices on health and life span.
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|What Millennials Can Learn About Innovation by Designing for Seniors|
Maiya Jensen and Nicholas Steigmann, this year’s winners of the annual SCL Design Challenge, explain how working with seniors challenged their assumptions about product design and innovation itself.
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|Next Avenue names SCL and DCI leaders in 2015 List of Top "Influencers in Aging"|
Next Avenue has released it's annual list of top "Influencers in Aging." The list includes thought leaders, innovators, writers, advocates, experts and others who are "changing how we age and think about aging." Among those chosen are Center on Longevity founding director Laura Carstensen, Mobility Division director Ken Smith, and Distinguished Careers Institute founding director Philip Pizzo. Read more >
|Optimizing Retirement Savings|
In collaboration with the Society of Actuaries, the Center has completed two papers that identify new retirement income solutions to be utilized by retirement plan advsiors and consultants.
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