It’s true, study affirms women are discriminated against in the job market
- May 16, 2016
- David Neumark, economics Chancellor’s Professor, on discriminatory hiring practices, courtesy of the Miami Herald, May 16, 2016
David Neumark, a professor of economics at the University of California, Irvine writes
… An aging population, coupled with low employment rates among Americans older than
62, poses severe challenges to the long-term sustainability of Social Security. Numerous
reforms have been proposed to extend their working lives, including raising the retirement
age. Such reforms may be unlikely to gain traction – not because people are so eager
to retire, but because age discrimination sharply limits job opportunities.
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