Glymour, Rohwedder, Willis, and Börsch-Supan say working longer may boost cognitive health

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"A Benefit Of Working Longer: Keeping Your Brain Sharp" - Forbes. 06/26/2017.

Although aging scholars had long assumed that employment had negative impacts on older people - including psychological and physical stress - recent research cited in this piece suggests that jobs may engage and stimulate older workers in ways that are good for their cognitive well being.

Researcher Profiles:
Maria Glymour (Harvard)
Susann Rohwedder (RAND)
Robert Willis (Michigan)
Axel H. Börsch-Supan (NBER)

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