Aging Federal Workforce Bucks Retirement Trends, Georgia State University Public Policy Study Shows

ATLANTA–Federal government employees eligible for retirement are not retiring—yet—according to a new Georgia State University study, but the low percentage of federal workers under 30 suggests when they do, they could create a federal workforce crisis.

“There’s been all this fear of the ‘Silver Tsunami’ in the federal government, and there has been a… more »

Loss of Employer-Based Health Insurance in Early Retirement Affects Mental, Physical Health

ATLANTA—The loss of private health insurance from an employer can lead to poorer mental and physical health as older adults transition to early retirement, according to a study by Georgia State University.

The study evaluated the impact of private insurance coverage on the symptoms of depression, activities of daily living (such as getting dressed)… more »

Georgia State University Receives $515,000 Grant to Continue Student Success Efforts

WASHINGTON—The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) today (July 14) announced Georgia State University as one of seven institutions selected to participate in a three-year project to personalize learning and improve undergraduate education through adoption of adaptive courseware.

Georgia State will receive $515,000 as part of a grant to adopt, implement and scale… more »