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Ageism in recruitment could be final straw for over 50s made redundant

The experience of ageism in the recruitment process is widespread, according to a new report, affecting older jobseekers’ confidence, wellbeing and finances.

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The report finds that over a third of 50-69 year olds think their age would put them at a disadvantage in applying for jobs.

Too much experience

Too much experience: Older workers' perceptions of ageism in the recruitment process

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