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This is why companies need to embrace older workers

By 2024, one in four US workers will be 55 or older. Image: REUTERS/Mike Segar

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Office workers take their lunch at a food court in Sydney, Australia May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A chart outlining the UN’s social and economic well being rankings for those age 60 and over;
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