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Will economic inactivity be another unwelcome side-effect of the pandemic?

The number of economically inactive people aged 50-64 has risen by over a quarter of a million since the pandemic began. We need a change of approach to correct this concerning trend.

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Here, Amy McSweeney looks at why a worrying number of older workers are becoming economically inactive, and what needs to be done. 

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