Research from Robert Walters and Totaljobs revealed that 41% of over 50 year olds say there is a lack of promotion and career development opportunities available their current workplace.
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Older Americans tend to think remaining in the workforce is good for both the US economy and American workers. Younger Americans disagree…
A new report by the Centre for Ageing Better has called for employers to be more age-friendly and inclusive of those over 50 years of age.
A study by Aviva has found that more than half of over 50s feel unsupported at work and almost two thirds were planning to retire later than they thought they would a decade ago.
61 per cent of Americans aged 45 or over said that they have seen or experienced age discrimination at work. Women, African-Americans and Hispanics were more likely to be affected.
A survey by the Benevolent Society – Australia’s oldest charity at 205 years old – has produced some interesting results on understanding of what age discrimination, perception of older workers, and the extent of the harm caused by it.
The report “A silver lining for the UK economy?” claims that older workers are essential to the future of the UK economy.