Against the Odds: Older Worker Reemployment in Today's Economy - AARP
The AARP Public Policy Institute released a report on the results of a survey of the experiences of nearly 2,500 workers ages 45-70 who've faced unemployment in the past five years. CEO Jo Ann Jenkins provided opening remarks. (2015)
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