A report from the Scottish Science Advisory Council (SSAC) shows the population is ageing at a faster rate in Scotland compared to the rest of the UK. Fertility, life expectancy at birth and net in-migration are all lower in Scotland.
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The number of older women in employment in Scotland has been steadily growing for two decades.
Glenn Telfer claims he was the top candidate for a permanent post at an Edinburgh primary after doing the job for several months and earning plaudits from parents and his boss.
Institutional age discrimination and ageism in Scotland sees 820,000 treated as second-class citizens
Scotland's older people have hit out at the age discrimination they face while trying to buy goods and services.
The 65-year-old has been suspended since January and had alleged discrimination on grounds of age.
Abertay University principal Professor Bernard King refutes newspaper reports that he has retired and has lodged age discrimination claim
The 65-year-old was suspended earlier this year.
In Scotland, Professor Bernard King (64), who has already lodged a complaint of age discrimination, is now claiming he was victimised for acting as a "whistleblower" by raising complaints on behalf of staff
Old age pensioners become eligible for jury service as the Scottish Parliament moves to eradicate age discrimination
The move, which was unanimously approved by the Scottish Parliament, will make those older than 65 eligible for jury service. It is aimed at ending age discrimination and relieving the burden of jury service on people of working age.