Embracing older workers: A hiring pool of experience and expertise

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In the landscape of the American workforce, a remarkable shift is underway. Older workers, individuals aged 65 and older, are emerging as one of the fastest-growing segments of the workforce. Contrary to conventional retirement norms, age 65 no longer signifies an automatic exit from professional life for many Americans.

Instead, seniors are choosing to remain engaged, contributing their wealth of experience, expertise and wisdom to various industries and organizations.

According to projections from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of individuals aged 75 and older in the workforce is expected to surge by a staggering 96.5% by the

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