California and the Aging Workforce

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State News

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"Sonoma County teachers lead among workers nearing retirement" The Press Democrat (December 18, 2013)

"Farm labor shortage looms as California workers age Read more here:" Sacramento Bee (March 11, 2013)

"The Older Jobseeker" San Diego Jewish Journal (May 2012)

"Women at Work, YWCA partner to find employment for older workers" Pasadena Star-News (March 7, 2012); "Robin McCarthy: Mature workers can bring value to workplace" Pasadena Star-News (March 17, 2012)

"Brown wants to raise California public retirement age to 67, but workers tell lawmakers that's not a great idea" Southern California Public Radio (February 28, 2012)

" Jerry Brown: Raise public worker retirement age" San Francisco Chronicle (October 28, 2011)

"Employment Planning for an Aging Workforce Results from an AARP California Survey of Employers" (June 2007)

State Agencies

Department of Aging, whose programs include the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).

Commission on Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation, which has published "Working Safer or Just Working Longer?: The Impact of an Aging Workforce on Occupational Injury and Illness Costs" by Frank Neuhauser, Anita Mathur, and Joshua Pines (February 2011)

State Data

California Indicators: Aging and Work from the State Initiatives project at the Boston College Center on Aging & Work

Financial Security for Future Retirees: California National Institute on Retirement Security

State Fact Sheet: California AARP Public Policy Institute, State Retirement Savings Resource Center

"Employment Planning for an Aging Workforce Results from an AARP California Survey of Employers" AARP (2007)

Third Parties

"AARP and SHRM Present Free Webinar on Insights on an Aging Workforce (November 12, 2014)

"Employment Planning for an Aging Workforce" results from an AARP California survey of employers, by Jennifer H. Sauer, AARP Knowledge Management

"Managing an Aging Workforce in California: Legal Challenges & Solutions for Human Resources Professionals" by y Daniel Van Bogaert, J.D., Loyola Marymount University (2007).

Experience Works contact information and covered counties