Survey: Older job seekers suspect age bias

10/25/2013 | Canadian HR Reporter

Fifty-five percent of those over age 50 who have looked for work in the past five years say the search has been difficult, and 43% say they thought employers were concerned about their age, a poll by The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research says. Many older workers who landed jobs, however, report that colleagues often come to them for advice.

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