Older workers likely to benefit as job market recovers
- April 8, 2010
- David Neumark, economics professor, is quoted in Market Watch April 8, 2010
From Market Watch:
As the U.S. workforce ages, companies will focus on how to make the most of it, said David Neumark, an economics professor at University of California, Irvine who researches age discrimination and the older workforce. "When the age structure of the population does shift, and there are so many older workers, employers may say: 'Geez, we have to figure out how to use these guys because they are the ones we can get,'" Neumark said.
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