In our continuing look at age discrimination, there are some worrisome issues related to the economic downturn. According to a recent Federal Reserve study, older workers are having an especially difficult time finding work despite recent improvements in the job market. The average duration of joblessness for 55 to 64 year-olds was 49 weeks as […]read more
Age discrimination is becoming the primary concern of many older workers, according to a recent AARP survey of workers in New York City. The responses indicate that at least 46& are concerned while more than 48% state they have either directly experienced such discrimination, or witnessed it affecting a family member or friend who has […]read more
The awareness of age discrimination in the technology sector is generally on the rise. Sometimes it can be hard to initially detect. Some firms claim they are focused on hiring people with the latest skills as a way to deflect concerns of older workers, who are often the first to be laid off in such […]read more
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