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Trump and the GOP agenda: implications for retirement policy.

Policymakers need to act to protect Americans' retirement security. A significant portion of Americans are at risk of not being able to maintain their standard of living in retirement and research suggests that this percentage is likely to grow. This commentary provides background on the current state of American retirement, highlights recent efforts to reform retirement policy, and predicts what to expect under President Donald Trump. Retirement has not been a major focus of national policymakers in recent...


Level of choice in older women's decisions to retire or continue working and associated well-being.

Retirement is a complex life transition. Women's retirement, like their work lives, may be further complicated, for example, by family or financial obligations; they may feel forced to retire or to continue working or feel they have the choice to do so. This study examines the role of voluntary versus involuntary retirement or continued work participation among retirement-age women; specifically, the relationships between choice, work status, and well-being. Compared to women forced to retire, women who cho...

When is quitting an escape? How different job demands affect physical and mental health outcomes of retirement.

The demographic aging of societies and the need to adapt to this trend makes it important to gain insight into the way retirement affects different forms of health, and factors that influence this relationship. Pre-retirement job characteristics have only rarely been included in this type of research.


The Transition to Retirement Experiences of Academics in "Higher Education": A Meta-Ethnography.

There are increasing numbers of older academics working in Higher Education Institutions worldwide. It is essential that academics' retirement experiences are clearly understood as they tend to have different retirement trajectories than other occupational groups. This meta-ethnography aims to answer the research question "what are the experiences of academics transitioning to retirement" by identifying and synthesizing qualitative research using a meta-ethnographic approach.

One day you'll wake up and won't have to go to work: The impact of changes in time use on mental health following retirement.

Retirement is a life transition involving an obligatory change in how people use their time. Because there are strong associations between use of time and health, different changes in time use following retirement may have different impacts on mental health.

Changes in physical and mental health functioning during retirement transition: a register-linkage follow-up study.

Changes in health functioning over different retirement transitions are poorly understood. This study aimed to examine associations between transition into statutory, disability and part-time retirement, and changes in health functioning.

Gender differences in the effect of social resources and social status on the retirement satisfaction and health of retirees.

This study explores the effect of positive and negative social support, social reciprocity, and subjective social status on the retirement satisfaction and health of retirees and gender differences therein. Using cross-sectional data from the 2010 and 2012 waves of the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), we found that social support seems to matter more for the retirement satisfaction and health of women, while social reciprocity matters more for the health of men and subjective social status for the retirem...

Educational differences in years of working life lost due to disability retirement.

To assess the contribution of disability retirement on lost working years, we calculated the length of time spent on disability pension in various diagnostic groups by the level of education over the past 10 years, during which time the incidence of disability retirement has sharply decreased in Finland.

Toward omnidirectional and automated imaging system for measuring oceanic whitecap coverage.

Accurate measurements of the oceanic whitecap coverage from whitecap images are required for better understanding the air-gas transfer and aerosol production processes. However, this is a challenging task because the whitecap patches are formed immediately after the wave breaks and are spread over a wide area. The main challenges in designing a whitecap-imaging instrument are the small field of view of the camera lens, processing large numbers of images, recording data over long time periods, and deployment...

Post-retirement work and volunteering by poverty groups informed by Role Theory.

This study uses role theory to examine the association between post-retirement work and volunteering among older retirees and to determine whether this association varies across poverty status. Data came from the 2012 wave of the Health and Retirement Study. The sample was restricted to respondents aged 62 years or older and retired (N = 6,619). Ordered logistic regression was employed to investigate the independent and joint influence of post-retirement work and poverty status on volunteering, which sup...

Toward omnidirectional and automated imaging system for measuring oceanic whitecap coverage: retraction.

The referenced paper [J. Opt. Soc. Am. A33, 1589 (2016)JOAOD61084-752910.1364/JOSAA.33.001589] has been retracted and replaced with a revised version.

The Impact of Depression On Ill-health Retirement and its Moderating Factors: Analysis form the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging (2006-2014).

To investigate the effect of depressive symptoms on IHR (ill-health retirement).

Women's Mental Health After Retirement.

The aim of the current study was to examine mental health outcomes in retired women and determine whether relationships existed among mental health outcomes, sociodemographic characteristics, and type of retirement (i.e., voluntary or forced). A cross-sectional study was conducted with 80 women ages 55 and older residing in five southeastern states. Women had retired at least part-time from working outside of the home. Sociodemographic variables, diagnosis of depression, diagnosis of cognitive impairment, a...

'An ant against an elephant': Retirement village residents' experiences of disputes and dispute resolution.

To record Victorian retirement village residents' experiences of dispute management and satisfaction levels related to dispute resolution processes.

Using marine isoscapes to infer movements of oceanic migrants: The case of Bulwer's petrel, Bulweria bulwerii, in the Atlantic Ocean.

Studying the movements of oceanic migrants has been elusive until the advent of several tracking devices, such as the light-level geolocators. Stable isotope analysis (SIA) offers a complementary approach to infer areas used year-round, but its suitability in oceanic environments remains almost unexplored. To evaluate SIA as a tool for inferring movements of oceanic migrants, we sampled an oceanic seabird, the Bulwer's petrel, Bulweria bulwerii, in four breeding colonies spread along its Atlantic distributi...

Are oceanic fronts ecotones? Seasonal changes along the Subtropical Front show fronts as bacterioplankton transition zones but not diversity hotspots.

Ecotones are regarded as diversity hotspots in terrestrial systems, but it is unknown if this "ecotone effect" occurs in the marine environment. Oceanic fronts are widespread mesoscale features, present in the boundary between different water masses, and are arguably the best potential examples of ecotones in the ocean. Here we performed the first seasonal study along an oceanic front, combining 16S rRNA gene sequencing coupled with a high spatial resolution analysis of the physical properties of the water ...

Long-Term Effects of the Communities That Care Trial on Substance Use, Antisocial Behavior, and Violence Through Age 21 Years.

To evaluate whether the effects of the Communities That Care (CTC) prevention system, implemented in early adolescence to promote positive youth development and reduce health-risking behavior, endured through age 21 years.

A Qualitative Investigation of the Self-Perceived Health Behavior Changes in Seniors After Their Transitions Into a Retirement Home.

It is important for seniors to engage in positive health behaviors to reduce the incidence of health-related consequences associated with aging. The purpose of this research study was to examine self-perceived changes in physical activity, nutrition, and alcohol consumption behaviors of seniors living in a retirement home through consideration of previous behaviors and self-perceptions of behavior changes.

Many Shoulder MRI Findings in Elite Professional Throwing Athletes Resolve After Retirement: A Clinical and Radiographic Study.

Anatomic findings on MRI scans of the shoulder likely affect patients differently based on their physical demands and fitness levels. The natural history of these anatomic findings once professional overhead athletes retire remains unclear. A better understanding of what happens with these findings after retirement may influence how we manage shoulder problems in athletes.

Aging women and men in the medical profession: The effect of gender and marital status on successful aging and retirement intent in Australian doctors.

Despite increasing interest from the medical profession in aging and retirement, we know little about effects of gender, marital status, and cohort on aging within the profession. We surveyed 1,048 Australian doctors from "younger" (55-64) and "older" (65-89) cohorts, investigating gender and marital effects on perceptions of successful aging, career, and retirement intent. Women intend to retire earlier. Younger cohort and married women more frequently viewed their career as a calling, while women in gener...

Clergy Retirement: Every Ending a New Beginning for Clergy, Their Families, and Congregation by Roberts, D. A., & Freidman, M. (2016) Roberts D. A. , & Freidman M. ( 2016 ). Clergy Retirement: Every Ending a New Beginning for Clergy, Their Families, and Congregation . Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing. 198 pp. $ 59.95 (paperback). ISBN 978-0- 89503-911-8.

Digital Information on Rehabilitation and Retirement for Physicians - A Practical Test.

About 1.6 million rehabilitation applications are submitted to the German pension insurance annually. Physicians working in ambulatory care play an important role in the application process. Studies show that there is too little knowledge about medical rehabilitation in these groups of physicians, the detection of rehabilitation needs and the process of application for rehabilitation. Against this background, a website Information for Doctors on Rehabilitation & Retirement was developed which addresses espe...

Screening for frailty in older emergency department patients: The utility of the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe Frailty Instrument (SHARE-FI).

Greater numbers of older patients are accessing hospital services. Specialist geriatric input at presentation may improve outcomes for at-risk patients. The SHARE-FI (Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe Frailty Instrument) frailty measure, developed for use in the community, has also been used in the emergency department (ED).

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Loss of metagenesis and evolution of a parasitic life style in a group of open ocean jellyfish.

Loss or stark reduction of the free-swimming medusa or jellyfish stage is common in the cnidarian class Hydrozoa. In the hydrozoan clade Trachylina, however, many species do not possess a sessile polyp or hydroid stage. Trachylines inhabiting freshwater and coastal ecosystems (i.e., Limnomedusae) possess a metagenetic life cycle involving benthic, sessile polyp and free-swimming medusa. In contrast, the paradigm is that open ocean inhabiting, oceanic trachylines (in the orders Narcomedusae and Trachymedusae...


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