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People Everywhere Are Working for the Greater Good in the Second Half of Life

MetLife Foundation/Civic Ventures Encore Career Survey

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MetLife Foundation/Civic Ventures - Encore Career Survey

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Flier Summarizing Survey Findings
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Commentaries on the Survey

  • Bookend generations offer new hope for America by Ellen Galinsky
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  • The view from a corporate baby boomer by Webb McKinney
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  • Understanding why some pass on the encore career concept by Phyllis Moen
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  • Not easy, but worth it by Beverly Ryder
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  • Baby boomers want to serve. Let’s give them the chance. by U.S. Representative John P. Sarbanes
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Ask not...the sixties generation turns 60
Ask not...the sixties generation turns 60

The first baby boomers turning 60 are the same generation that John F. Kennedy famously challenged to ask themselves what they could do for their country. This same generation is now positioned to lead another social movement based on sharing life experience. They couldn't come along at a better time.


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