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News and Notes from AARP Michigan
Social Security
College students have plenty of financial concerns, but protecting Social Security isn’t usually on their radar. AARP Illinois hopes to change that with a new initiative aimed at engaging younger Illinoisans on Social Security’s long-term solvency.
AARP New York’s first-ever state Blueprint for Action, outlines how the state can improve the lives of older New Yorkers and help them thrive in the workplace.
Job Search
Discover how to network effectively, hone your interviewing skills and search and apply for great jobs. Join AARP for an upcoming free, interactive workshop where we will: 
Work Save Nevada
Today, a secure retirement is out of reach for half of Nevada’s 593,000 private sector workforce, especially those who work for themselves or small businesses. More than 296,000 Nevada workers do not have a way to save for retirement through their job, leaving them unprepared to support themselves in the future and more likely to have Social Security as their only source of retirement income.
AARP Fraud Watch Network volunteers are running workshops about the growing risk for those in the job market—particularly amid the nation’s shift to remote work.
Tax season doesn’t have to be taxing.
Jobs in Maryland, AARP
AARP Oregon is advocating to make it easier to prove work discrimination, as older workers face hiring practices outlawed in other states.
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AARP volunteer advocates celebrate gains for older Marylanders.
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The webinar is a joint effort between AARP Wyoming, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, and the Wyoming Business Alliance to help unlock a segment of the Wyoming workforce that returned to the job at lower rates than other demographics.
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