Age discrimination is bad — for the bottom line
- January 23, 2020
- David Neumark, economics, Yahoo! Finance and Bloomberg, Jan. 23, 2020
In a recent paper, David Neumark from the University of California, Irvine, analyzed the practice of a large U.S. restaurant chain and found that older people are invited for interviews less frequently than younger ones and then hired less often. Even if an applicant’s age is not evident from the application, it’s more likely that she won’t be offered a job after an interview. Neumark’s work adds to plentiful evidence of age discrimination in the U.S.
For the full story, please visit https://finance.yahoo.com/news/age-discrimination-bad-bottom-line-050037283.html.
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