The Evolving Narrative of Women in the Workforce

The percentage of women staying in the workforce in their later years is increasing, and it’s increasing at a greater rate than that of their male counterparts. Drawing on information from the U.S. Census Bureau, supplemented by a University of Michigan Health and Retirement Study, an article by Claire Cain Miller of the New York Times observes that more and more women are rejecting the notion of retirement at the traditional age, and the enjoyment they get from it is producing beneficial health effects. Read Ms. Miller’s article here…


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