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• Economic implications of the ageing Australia - statistical overview
• Impact of mature-age workforce on national productivity
• Employment and re-skilling for over 55s
• Issues of age discrimination and workforce inclusion
• Barriers of remaining in or returning to the workforce for mature workers
• Social bias against mature workers
• Complexities of insurance and tax system for mature age
• Changing perceptions of employers towards seniors & how government can create a greater incentive to employ, retain and retrain older workers
• Ageing as an opportunity for the labour market and development of social and community services
• Positive social impact of intergenerational strategies; social capital & volunteering
• Policy changes and frameworks necessary to support the transition to a productive 'third age''
• Productive ageing as a means to achieve quality of life and personal wellbeing over 55
• How we can educate communities to the benefits and contributions seniors can make to the community