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If you’re over 50 and working or looking for work, you’re not alone. You’re part of a growing and diverse group of people who are staying in or returning to the workforce in their 50s, 60s and 70s.
Upon examination of the labour force participation of seniors and near seniors, the National Senior's Council became aware of the fact that many of the recommendations in this report can be applied to workers of all ages.
Alberta’s comprehensive labour force strategy, Building and Educating Tomorrow’s Workforce, identified the need to work with industry, employers and labour groups to increase workforce retention and employment of mature workers.
Are you newly retired? Planning your retirement? Or wondering about programs and services for people who have reached the magical age of 65? This is the page for you!
The Government of Alberta provides a number of programs and services to support seniors in Alberta. This information is also helpful for caregivers and those Albertans who will be needing these services in the near future.
Find services and forms for Canadian seniors.
CARP is a national non–profit association that promotes financial security, access to health care and freedom from discrimination.
Are you over 50 and looking for work or thinking about retirement? The information and resources here can help you make your career decisions.