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Thursday, April 13, 2006


claus vistesen

A very relevant post about a very relevant topic.

"These trends are certainly encouraging. But they don't mean older workers have an easy time of it. The quality of jobs available to seniors is far from ideal. As the FT story reported."

This is a very important aspect in my opinion and it is crucial to consider the narrative of the ageing worker. A necessary evil or a diverse enrichment to the workplace?

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