New figures published by the Office for National Statistics have shown that, over the 2015-17 period, life expectancy stopped rising for the first time since records began.
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An interesting study published in the British Journal of Psychology reveals the effect that makeup has on the perception of a woman’s age.
82% of 55-64 year olds see their age as a disadvantage.
People in UK much less worried about ageing than rest of continent and many more people agree pension age will need to increase.
Twenty-five in every hundred people said they were discriminated against for their age, a recent survey research institute Tarki released to MTI on Tuesday said.
The Age and Employment Network (TAEN) has expressed concern over a sharp rise in the number of age discrimination claims and warns the figure is likely to continue rising.
Statistics show life expectancy in the UK is on the rise, along with the rest of Europe, despite fears over the impact of obesity, population expert Professor David Leon has said.
New research commissioned by Age UK reveals that age is the most widely experienced form of discrimination in Europe. Statistics show 64% of those interviewed in the UK and 44.4% across Europe judge age discrimination as a serious problem.
What retirement? Official statistics show a massive rise in over-65s still working and is hailed as a victory against age discrimination
New statistics show that the number of over-65s still in work has doubled in the past decade. The increase in older workers was hailed as a victory against age discrimination, but unions warned that older employees could suffer workplace injuries.
New research by isme.com shows an alarming four out of five women over 50 think that they have suffered age discrimination and been overlooked in job or promotion interviews in favour of younger candidates.
Age discrimination in the UK economic slowdown: statistics show those aged 50 to 60 worst hit by financial crisis
Those between the ages of 50 and 60 have been worst hit by the economic turmoil, suffering a significant decline in their quality of life, according to official statistics and an in-depth report by SAGA into the finances and wellbeing of older citizens.
Age discrimination may be on the decrease as new statistics show older workers cope better during the recession
Although employment rates for senior citizens held up in the hard times and are now on the rise, and men and women are working longer before they retire, age discrimination in employment may persist as the number of jobless young people continues to grow.
Older age people face age discrimination and the number retiring early has reached a record high as older workers are forced out of the competitive job market, according to official figures.