Over Half of Unemployed Older Workers at Risk of Involuntary Retirement


Several indicators show 2.9 million older workers who exited the labor force are unlikely to return.

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August 7, 2020

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Coronavirus: Over-55s Main Victims of Employment Crisis, Watchdog Finds


Older workers are shouldering the burden of pandemic job losses and pay cuts

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August 5, 2020

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COVID-19 and Ageism – The View from Outside the UK


Our Innovation and Change Officer, John Kiernan, talks about the international view of ageism that has been brought to light by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How Social Workers Can Tackle Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Nursing Homes during COVID-19


The coronavirus has been infecting and killing people of color at disproportionately high rates in the United States—particularly within the Black, Latinx, and Native American communities. This is mirrored in long-term care facilities, with the probability of cases and death being strongly related to race.

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August 2, 2020

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Opinion: Bye, Boomer: The Coming Cull of Workers over 50


Employers seize on slumps to purge more expensive, more experienced workers, study warns

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Aging Workers Need Stronger Defense, Not Steeper Discounts


The initial shock of the coronavirus and mass unemployment crisis is beginning to wear off. It is being replaced by a deepening sense of threat and dread among the tens of millions of aging workers and retirees who were already facing age discrimination in the workplace and a decade or more of unsustainable retirements.

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