Older Americans worry they're permanently locked out of employment

09/20/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

In previous economic downturns, workers older than 50 worried about how long it would take to get back into employment. With the economy needing an extended period to absorb unemployment, many older Americans are worried that they might never hold a job again. People 55 and older account for 2.2 million of 14.9 million unemployed workers.

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