Older Workforces: Re-Imagining Later Life Learning

Extended working lives are here to stay due to dismissal of the default retirement age in the UK, and other countries, and due to a widening pension gap. Additionally, changing demographics mean that there will be increasing numbers of older workers, which, according to the UK’s Office for National Statistics (2013), applies to anyone over 55 years of age. Domini Bingham, is a Lecturer in Educational Leadership at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning (LCLL)

 

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