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Women, Work, and the Road to Resilience: Working Women at Midlife and Beyond
Midcareer and older women workers experienced widespread job disruptions during the Coronavirus pandemic. Concerns about future job disruptions and age discrimination persist.
New York Small Business Owners Support Secure Choice Savings Program
NY small business owners support the proposed Secure Choice Savings Program for their employees.
Michigan Voters Support Retirement Savings Option
Two in three Michigan voters support a public-private retirement savings program.
Voters Say Workers Should be Able to Save for Retirement from Their Paychecks
Nearly all workers want to save for retirement directly from their paychecks.
Consumer Fraud in America: The Black Experience
AARP commissioned a survey of 2,808 U.S. adults age 18+ to gauge awareness and incidence of scams among Hispanic and Black Americans.
Consumer Fraud in America: The Latino Experience
To gauge awareness and incidence of scams among Hispanic and Black Americans, AARP commissioned a survey of 2,808 U.S. adults age 18+ .
Social Security and Medicare Benefits Out of Bounds for Fixing Federal Deficits
Cutting Social Security and Medicare to fix federal deficits is strongly opposed by 85% of older Americans.
Age Discrimination Continues to Hold Older Workers Back
More than three in four (78%) older workers say they have seen or experienced age discrimination in the workplace, the highest level since 2003.
How Financial Experiences During the Pandemic Shape Future Outlook
Job loss and reduced income during the pandemic have led many working adults to say that their financial situation is worse.
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