Marc Freedman

Founder and CEO, Encore.org

Guest

Founder and CEO of Encore.org, a think-tank helping baby boomers find meaningful work with social impact; author of Prime Time: How Baby Boomers Will Revolutionize Retirement and Transform America and Encore: Finding Work That Matters in the Second Half of Life

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Americans are living longer than ever   before-- and facing increasing age discrimination.

Uniting the Young with the Old Against Age Discrimination

Americans are living longer than ever before-- and facing increasing age discrimination.

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Baby boomers will live almost twice as long as previous generations, and older Americans are going to outnumber the young.

A Medical Miracle with Conflicting Consequences

Baby boomers will live almost twice as long as previous generations, and older Americans are going to outnumber the young.

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The post-war promise of paid leisure during the Golden Years may not be an option as the baby-boom generation reaches retirement age.

A Medical Miracle with Conflicting Consequences

The post-war promise of paid leisure during the Golden Years may not be an option as the baby-boom generation reaches retirement age.

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