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The AARP Public Policy Institute is releasing a new report titled, "The Long Road Back: Struggling to Find Work after Unemployment," which features results from a survey of nearly 2,500 workers ages 45 to 70 who faced unemployment in the past five years.
Although the unemployment rate has been falling, long-term unemployment continues to be a challenge for older jobseekers. The survey report focuses on reemployment and the steps people took to find work. It compares the new jobs of the reemployed with their prior jobs. It also examines the barriers jobseekers faced in trying to find a job, as well as various types of discrimination and other factors that affected the search for work. In addition to releasing the study's findings, the Issues Forum will include a panel of thought leaders who will discuss how best to deal with the problems facing the unemployed and how to better prepare for the next economic downturn.
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