The Job Problem for Older Workers

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Federal Study of Age Factor in Employment

Difficulties experienced by workers over 40 or 45 years of age in finding employment in industry led Secretary of Labor Perkins last month to appoint a national advisory committee, representative of industry, labor, and the public, to consider the whole problem and recommend measures to reduce or remove discrimination against the older worker in the labor market. At the conclusion of an initial two-day session of the committee at Washington, February 23 and 24, its chairman, Chancellor Harry Wood-burn ...

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