A recent U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) blog post highlights the fact that the American workforce is aging, noting that by 2024, one in four workers will be age 55 or older. This projection stems from multiple factors, among them increased life expectancy and the desire to stay employed to ensure a steady income and maintain employer-based health coverage. Many of these employees may develop disabilities as they age, or existing disabilities may become more significant. As a result, they may require reasonable accommodations as they continue to contribute experience and insight to the workforce. Read the DOL blog post or learn more about strategies for retaining the talents of older workers.