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Michael Hodin: The Valuable Aging Lesson We Can Learn From Hollywood

Public and private sector policies need to enable older workers to stay productive as we age. To achieve this, we need a healthy and active aging model, led in part by technology-fueled solutions to what now seem like insurmountable challenges.
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