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Employer Attitudes towards Older Workers -- Survey Results
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Link to more items from this source
July 12, 2006
Excerpt: To get a better understanding of the employment prospects of older workers, the Center ... conducted a survey of 400 private sector employers. These employers were asked to evaluate the relative productivity and cost of white-collar and rank-and-file workers age 55 and older and whether, on balance, older employees or job candidates were more or less attractive than their younger counterparts. [The full paper and detailed survey data can be accessed from the target page.]

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