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Here's my comment followed by a question: Since being laid off in 2007, I can truly say that I have diligently looked for work to the point of dumbing down my over 3,000 resumes posted on-line. It seems that I continue to hear people over 50 say they, too, have been out of work with no way back to employment status.
Having said that, why cannot we (those over 50) make their voices be heard to Congress, informing them of age discrimination? It is not that we can prove that discrimination exists, it is to say that there is a clear pattern that when people 50 and above are laid off, there seems to be no recourse. What can we do as a group in today's economy?