Skip to main content
Search for
Filter results by subjects:
Select a Topic to filter by Subject
Filter results by content type:

Ageism in the labour market will stifle the economic recovery

New figures show that there are around 200,000 fewer people aged 50-64 in employment than at start of pandemic.

Group of people sitting in a business environment

Unemployment lingering at 3.3% for 50-64s, despite falling unemployment in other age groups. More needs to be done to get – and keep – over 50s in employment.

Sign up to receive the latest news, research, policy updates and events about ageing.


Contact our team for more information

Contact us