Policy in Perspective: Divorce and Women’s Retirement
A new study reveals that women who have been divorced are more likely to be working at ages 50 to 74 than women who have never been divorced. Listen to Dana Rotz, a senior researcher at Mathematica Policy Research, discuss the study’s findings in this episode of Mathematica’s “Policy in Perspective” podcast.
Rotz explains how changes in marriage and divorce in the United States have affected employment and retirement for women. She also describes implications for policymakers and researchers.