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Working across the ages: multigenerational teams offer multiple benefits (access required)

Quick: How long is the average career? If you guessed 40 years, you would’ve been right a few years ago. But new research from Stanford Center on Longevity predicts the majority of today’s 5-year-olds will work at least 60 years (and live to be 100). So naturally, in a 60-year career, there’ll be times when ...
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