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Careers that Work; leveraging the talents and contributions of older workers

Many aspects of the labor force has changed during the past two years, as workers left jobs for new careers and some retired early to explore other opportunities.

By Merideth Bucher

Another One More Moment Video Test

By Tom Downing

One More Moment – Video Test

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By Tom Downing

Four-day work week gaining traction in the workplace

With the advent of online technology it is now possible for knowledge-based workers to log on and work from anywhere, at any time.

By Merideth Bucher

Climate Solutions Category Test

By Tom Downing

‘Where is it?’ Retired State Police head reflects on response to 9/11 attacks, Flight 93 crash

Retired State Police Col. Paul Evanko had a decades-long career with the law enforcement agency and served two terms as commissioner. He was the person in charge of troopers’ response on Sept. 11, 2001. He vividly remembers the day United Flight 93 crashed near Shanksville, in Somerset County, after the passengers and crew attempted to retake the cockpit.

Evanko relived that tragic day when he sat down with WITF’s Tim Lambert for an interview as part of a new exhibit, “Witness to History,” at the State Museum of Pennsylvania.

This story was produced by WITF’s Sam Dunklau and Joe Ulrich.

By Sam Dunklau

Mental Health After a Pandemic

Some have called the COVID-19 pandemic an equalizer or a shared experience, in that every single one of us has been impacted. We have all experienced a degree of fear, isolation or worry. What remains to be seen is how these feelings will impact our mental health.

On “Transforming Health: Mental Health After a Pandemic” we’ll hear from individuals who already had mental health concerns and then had to navigate through a pandemic. They’ll share their tips for others. Plus, why some feel connection and a sense of belonging will be the key to moving forward.

By Keira McGuire

Transforming Health Pick of the Month

By Tom Downing