Workforce and Employment

Employing Older Workers is Beneficial | These Countries Are Already Gaining

Hiring more seniors and retirees could be worth $3.5 trillion to OECD economies. Image: REUTERS/Nir Elias

Johnny Wood

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The economic prospects of older workers across 35 OECD countries. Image: PwC
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