As age rises, American women face increasing bars to employment
- November 12, 2015
- Research by David Neumark, economics Chancellor’s Professor, is featured by MarketWatch and MSN Money Nov. 12, 2015
About 14 percent of younger applicants (ages 29-31) received callbacks for administrative jobs while interview opportunities for middle-age workers (49-51) fell to 10.3 percent and dropped to 7.6 percent for near retirement-age workers (64-66), according to research by economics professors David Neumark and Ian Burn at the University of California, Irvine; and Patrick Button at Tulane University.
For the full story, please visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/as-age-rises-american-women-face-increasing-bars-to-employment-2015-11-12.
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