The Economic Impact of Age Discrimination

There are 117.4 million people age 50-plus in the U.S., many of whom now plan to work well past the age of 65.1 This growing pool of workers represents a significant asset for businesses—and for the economy—as they possess valuable skills and experience. But age discrimination,2 manifest in workplace behaviors, attitudes, policies and procedures, is prevalent, limiting potential gains.

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