From the New York Times:
It turns out that a young Max and a middle-aged Max can get away with saying things that an old Max cannot. At least that is the conclusion of a new study by Princeton researchers aimed at measuring age discrimination, one of the toughest forms of workplace bias to prove… Feeling discrimination is one thing, proving it another. “It’s simply harder to establish,” said David Neumark, a professor at the University of California, Irvine. …Rooting out age discrimination could improve the fiscal outlook for Social Security in the long run. If older workers can work longer, Dr. Neumark, of UC Irvine, predicts they will be able to pay more into Social Security and delay collecting benefits.

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