Perennials, not millennials, will trigger the next wave of talent retention efforts (Quartz)

Quartz quoted Paul Irving, distinguished scholar in residence at the USC Leonard Davis School and chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, in an article about companies adapting to an older workforce. “Keeping older people working means they remain taxpayers. With their increased financial resources and confidence and ongoing engagement, they are likely to continue to consume,” Irving said. “The more people are actively engaged in the economy, the more likely the economy is to grow. That’s good for everyone.”