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No end to loss of older workers from labour market without greater targeted action

The latest ONS data shows that over 306,000 more workers aged 50-64 years old are now economically inactive than before the first outbreak of COVID-19. 

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Older workers remain an underused solution to the country’s labour and skills shortage, two and a half years after the pandemic outbreak disrupted positive long-term trends around their increased employment.

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