Summary of Publication
The European Union (EU) has experienced significant growth in the employment of workers ages 55 to 64, which has far outpaced the growth of older-worker employment in the United States. An initial look might lead to the conclusion that the EU is ahead of the United States in employing older workers. However, the historical performance of the U.S. labor market should also be considered.
Read the full fact sheet: Europe Catches Up: Older-Worker Employment in the EU and USA (PDF)
RETHINKING THE ROLE OF OLDER WORKERS
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