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AARP has always believed in the value of older workers, that they can be a genuine asset in the workplace. Now we have new evidence to back that up. In the wake of the Great Recession, we took a fresh look at data about hiring and retaining workers who are 50 and older. The AARP study, “ A Business Case for Workers Age 50+,” which came out just last month, not only confirmed earlier research but also indicated that today the case is even stronger for keeping older employees in the workforce.
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Michael Bloomberg, founder of the financial services company Bloomberg LP and former mayor of New York City, says younger people worry about  hiring older workers.
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Let's hope you've recovered from Groggy Monday, the day after we turn our clocks ahead an hour (and lose an hour of sleep) for that  convoluted practice called daylight saving time.
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Hiring managers who think that older workers are less productive than younger employees, wake up and read this.
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Can watching viral videos make you smarter or more productive?
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