The demographics of a growing demand for elder care in America is raising alarms. The number of adults 65 and over requiring long-term care could rise by more than 70 percent over the next quarter century, estimates MIT Sloan School of Management professor Paul Osterman, author of the new book, Who Will Care for Us?:… … Continue reading Could This Idea Help Fix America’s Shortage of Home Care Workers?
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If you’re searching for a job, or think you may want to soon, I recommend taking a look at five upgrades and features LinkedIn has rolled out over the past few months. In general, they’re more like tweaks than major improvements. Nonetheless, they just might make it easier to land your next job or side… … Continue reading 5 New LinkedIn Changes to Help You Get a Job
(This article previously appeared on Medium.com.) (Editor’s Note: This story is part of a partnership between Chasing the Dream and Next Avenue.) I’m 56 years old and learning to code. Why? Because I love it. And I’ve got a knack for it. That doesn’t mean it’s easy. It’s hard. And that’s OK. I love losing… … Continue reading Learning to Code at 56
(Editor’s Note: This story is part of a partnership between Chasing the Dream and Next Avenue.) You might think that times are terrific for people looking for work: Job openings are at a record high and the unemployment rate has edged down to 4.3 percent, a 16-year low. But it’s a very different story for… … Continue reading What the Older, Long-Term Unemployed Need