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Employment and Training: Most One-Stop Career Centers are Taking Multiple Actions to Link Employers and Older Workers
George A. Scott (au)
The share of older persons in the U.S. population age 55 and older is projected to increase to 30% by 2025 and continue to grow through 2050. At the same time, more older persons are expected to continue working than in the past and, in doing so, may need employment and training services as they make transitions to different jobs and work arrangements. The U.S. Dept. of Labor has identified one-stop career centers (OS) as a means to link older workers with employers through employment and training services. To address the role of OS in serving older workers, this report examined: the Dept. of Laborís actions to help OS link employers and older workers; and OS actions to help employers hire and retain older workers. Charts and tables.
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