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Literature Search older workers and career development Updated December 2016  Download  

Topics covered include:

  • Older workers retention,
  • Age discrimination,
  • Organizational support,
  • Retirement / working retirement,
  • Career satisfaction,
  • Older women in the labour force,
  • and more

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Older Workers and Career Development

Updated December 2016

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Hansen, K. (2016). Positive Attitude is Key for Older Workers and Job Seekers. Quintessenti.

Hansen, K. (2010). Approaches and Tactics for Older Workers Who Can’t Find a Job, Jobs by indeed.

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Hatcher, B.J. (Ed.), Bleich, M.R., Connolly, C., Davis, K., O`Neill Hewitt, P., and Stokley Hill, K. (2006). Wisdom at Work: The Importance of the Older and Experienced Nurse in the Workplace. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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