How Job Options Narrow for Older Workers by Socioeconomic Status

Job-changers over age 50 increasingly end up in “old-person” jobs, with a high share of older hires relative to prime-age hires. New research finds the overall outlook has improved since the late 1990s for all groups, particularly for older women with more education.

Center for Retirement Research
How Job Options Narrow for Older Workers by Socioeconomic Status
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