Older women in rural areas ‘not motivated by money to work’

Whitaker Institute member Dr Alison Herbert’s research has been featured in a recent article from the Irish Independent. Dr Herbert’s research found that women in their mid-40s to 60s living in rural Ireland are not motivated by money to continue working into older age, but instead by their life purpose and for social connection.

Click here to read more in the Irish Independent.

Click here to download Dr Herbert’s Policy Brief on these findings.