60% of older workers say being old hurts their future job prospects
- August 24, 2021
- David Neumark, economics, Forbes, Aug. 24, 2021
David Neumark, [Distinguished] professor of economics at the University of California
Irvine and University of Buffalo economist Joanne Song find in study after study
older workers and older applicants are not trained, hired, interviewed as much as
young ones. Their relatively advanced age seems to be the significant factor standing
in the way of raises, jobs, or training.
For the full story, please visit https://www.forbes.com/sites/teresaghilarducci/2021/08/24/60--of-older-workers-say-being-old-hurts-their-future-job-prospects/?sh=2acf0db3380d.
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