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Older workers at smaller firms saw some increase in pay—particularly in states with the strongest premium restrictions—but there was no effect on employment. (Photo: Getty)

A research brief from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College finds that a measure intended to help older workers find work—especially in smaller firms—wasn’t much help.

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