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Age discrimination isn’t gone yet, by a far cry, but older workers seeking insurance against running out of money during retirement are finding a sudden rise in recruitment efforts for their age group.
A CNBC report says that according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for workers 55 and older is lower, at 3.2 percent as of February 2018, than for the overall U.S. unemployment rate of 4.1 percent and the high unemployment rate for teens of 14.4 percent.
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