The number of “older” workers is rising at an unprecedented rate. Older workers- those age 65 and older- have always been present but their proportion in the workforce has been on the rise at rates that far exceed any change in their proportion of the population.
For my recent presentations to audiences in the US, Canada and Australia, I customized the country-specific data on older workers. Aside from scale, the charts from each country ...
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