Teaching Retirement to Gen Z with Jadrian Wooten, Penn State Econ Professor

Episode 205 May 16, 2022 00:58:36
Teaching Retirement to Gen Z with Jadrian Wooten, Penn State Econ Professor
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Teaching Retirement to Gen Z with Jadrian Wooten, Penn State Econ Professor
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Jadrian Wooten is an Associate Professor at Pennsylvania State University within the Department of Economics. He’s the Publisher of the Monday Morning Economist on Substack, and he is an award-winning educator and researcher.

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