August 2013, Vol. 240 No. 8

Business Meetings & Events

Utility Workers Fast Reaching Retirement Age Now What?

The Midwest Energy Association (MEA) Utility Leadership Academy hosted webinars on talent management and workforce planning earlier this year highlighted by some stunning statistics from Energy Workforce Development on retiring energy workers. The data showed the average utility work is older than 48 – and nearly half are age-eligible for retirement within the next five years. “The energy delivery industry workforce is beginning to undergo big changes, and baby boomer retirements are trending up,” said MEA President Patrick Van Beek. “Will the industry attract and retain the talent needed for large infrastructure projects and technology associated with ne

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