Number of UK employees aged over 60 to increase

Number of UK employees aged over 60 to increase

 

Over three-quarters of UK employers expect the number of employees aged 60 or over to increase between now and 2020, including 29% who expect it to increase significantly. 

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Comments (1)

  • Stephen
    Stephen
    Sun, 23 Aug 2015 8:44am BST
    Since retraining by taking a computing degree and achieving a first class honours with several university awards for achievement, I have applied for dozens of positions. I left university four years ago, aged 56 and of my applications, have yet to receive even a letter confirming that I not been short-listed. Some of my applications were to local government departments, others to large household name companies. It is as if, at my age, I no longer deserve either acknowledgement or consideration.