The Reopening Paradox: Job Are Up, But Where Are the Workers to Fill Them?

As more jobs are added, U.S. economy is facing a labor shortage due, in part, to the post-Pandemic retirement of 2.5 million Americans. That’s about twice the number who retired in 2019, which means there are essentially 1.2 million fewer people in the work force over the age of 55 than would otherwise be expected. I recently contributed my opinion […]

The Pandemic’s Heavy Toll on Women

Contribution to Financial Advisor Magazine by Michelle Connell In the last year, women’s professional and economic situations have been shattered due to the pandemic. In the past few months, the situation has deteriorated further. I recently had the opportunity to contribute to an article on this topic published in Financial Advisor magazine. The article takes […]