The Talent Docket: July 17, 2017

These are today's top talent stories from around the web.

Employees who haven’t saved enough for retirement are getting a boost from an unlikely source: their employers, reports The Wall Street Journal.

Taking a gap year isn’t just for college-bound students, reports The New York Times, as more older workers are taking time off in the middle or near the end of their careers to take on new experiences and get away from work.

As more corporate headquarters move to big cities, suburban towns are left scrambling to make up for the loss in economic activity, writes The Washington Post.

China’s most recent measure of economic growth is driven by all the things it says it wants to get rid of, according to Quartz.

Finally, a look at these 18 incredible products that didn’t exist 10 years ago, according to Business Insider.