The age-friendly movement is an ideal means of embracing demographic shifts in higher education and society at large, according to the latest issue in the What’s Hot newsletter series from The Gerontological Society of America (GSA), titled "https://www.geron.org/publications/what-s-hot%3D%3D9719CB95-8AAD-4C22-AB12-7DCE7E64BA39/PR_whatshotagefriendly&source=gmail&ust=1574361233542000&usg=AFQjCNELPEjgr-9cFf3P2lnBjORnCb1btQ">Higher Education and Aging: The Age-Friendly Movement — Building a Case for Age Inclusivity." Support for the publication was provided by AARP.
Many people pick up side jobs when the holiday shopping season comes around. It’s a good way for you to make some extra income during the busy season or ease back into working if you have been out of the labor force for a while. We’re here to help you navigate working seasonally if you get Social Security.
Every year on Veterans Day, our nation honors the people who risk their lives to protect our country. Social Security’s disability program is an important part of our obligation to wounded warriors and their families.
Many people working nowadays have more than one job. This means they have several sources of income. It’s important to keep in mind that having multiple sources of income can sometimes affect your Social Security benefits; but, it depends on the source.