As Kim Díaz, owner of the bar Entrepanes Díaz, explained the rationale to The Guardian, “I was looking for waiters who are over 50 because I knew they’d be fantastic and because society has unjustly pushed them out of the job market.”
More and more, businesses are doing the same, Money reports. As “age-discrimination charges have fallen for six consecutive years,” companies such as Barclay’s, McKinsey, PwC, and MetLife are doing the same through programs that either seek out or retain older workers.
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