Aging and Work in the 21st Century (Applied Psychology Series) Paperback – 25 Sep 2018
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"This book brings together a comprehensive perspective on aging and work in the 21st century. Leading scholars provide the reader with current insights of the many individual, organizational and public policy related aspects of an aging workforce. The book will be a great resource for all who have practical or scholarly interest in demographic change and the workplace."
―Kène Henkens, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); University Medical Center Groningen; University of Amsterdam
"A forceful and comprehensive book examining the advances and coming challenges facing older individuals, organizations, and societies around the world. A must-read for students, practitioners, and policy makers concerned with workforce aging and the experience of aging related to work."
―Ruth Kanfer, Georgia Institute of Technology
"This Second Edition is an excellent resource on major issues of adult and older adult employment. Each chapter captures the evolution in thinking regarding major topics in aging and work and includes implications for practice and future directions for research."
―Harvey L. Sterns, The University of Akron
About the Author
Kenneth S. Shultz is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Master of Science in I/O Psychology program at California State University, San Bernardino, USA.
Gary A. Adams is Professor of Management and Director of the Master of Science in Human Resources program at Marquette University, USA.
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23 January 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Had to get it for a class, barely read it.
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13 April 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Had this for a class, used it a bit but unless you want to really know about "aging in the world" it's not something I would look for outside of that. I find the price for the ebook to be silly as ebooks should be at much more of a discount than real "hard" copies. Digital content is becoming almost as expensive as actually owning something.