New evidence of age bias in hiring, and a push to fight it
- June 7, 2019
- David Neumark, economics, via The New York Times, SF Gate, and StarTribune June 7, 2019
Those in their 60s “never do better, and often do worse,” than those a decade or two younger, said David Neumark, an economics professor at the University of California, Irvine, who oversaw the research as a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in 2017. It is toughest for women, who suffer more age discrimination than men starting in their 40s, the researchers found. “The evidence of age discrimination against women kind of pops out in every study,” Mr. Neumark said.
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