The pandemic has exacerbated the need for improvements in how we train and protect our workforce.
Observers of older workers’ economic conditions in the United States quickly encounter a paradox.
One key policy imperative in response to the aging of the U.S. population is to increase employment among older workers.
As the United States reels from the COVID-19 pandemic’s catastrophic economic damage, the tight labor markets from early 2020 seem like a distant memory.
Just over a year ago, The Hamilton Project released an economic analysis on private sector labor unions.