|Adios Silicon Valley|
For Pilar Wolfsteller the tech ecosystem has lost its shine.
“I’m now 49, and I have had three Valley tech jobs in four years, two of which I lost after clashing with mediocre, insecure men. I’m tired of the toxic, dysfunctional work environments they created and the blatant, disturbing sexism and ageism experienced there.” LINK
Not Your College Debt
The effects of student loan debt on retirement and relationships found that many moms, dads, and adoring grandparents that borrow for their kids and grandkids do not realize the full extent of the burden they are taking on. Taking on six figures of student loans at 18 is an intimidating proposition; taking it on at 50, when the conventional retirement age of 65 looms ahead like a jagged cliff, is even more daunting.
Joseph Coughlin, author of “The Longevity Economy, reports on the trend. LINK
Attend or Host a Next For Me Event
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TechInclusion 2019 – San Francisco – September 12, 2019 “The Last ‘ism: Age” Diversity and Inclusion initiatives have made some progress with Gender, POC, LGBTQ but age remains an elusive and rarely discussed topic of discrimination. Next For Me reports on our research “Understanding the 50+ Worker” and how organizations can begin to confront the silent bias of age. LINK VIDEO
Hacking HR – San Francisco – September 26, 2019 “Diversity from the Front Lines” LINK
Understanding the 50+ Worker: Market Report
Through our weekly newsletter, in-person meetups, and public events, Next for Me has created a network of opportunity and empowerment for 50+ workers. This market report is based on findings from those meetups, from one-on-one interviews, focus groups, and surveys conducted with our audience nationwide from January 2018 – January 2019. LINK
Understanding the 50+ Worker
A Next For Me Workshop
If it’s your job to reach the 50+ audience this is the workshop to understand their interests, aspirations and habits. C-suite executives, marketers and HR pros will all find value in this workshop. Find out more.
Next For Me is a new resource that connects and inspires our generation to evolve post-50 life through new work, a new purpose or a new social contribution.
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