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Older Australians must work for longer for a sustainable economy, says the Treasurer.
Government must act now to save older Australians from the jobs scrapheap: Anglicare.
Deputy PM tells jobless there is plenty of work on offer in rural Australia.
Baby boomers are redefining the workforce – and the ranks of the unemployed.
Retirement coach Peter Black tells what he has learnt about working past 65.
Economists argue for governments to print money to fund jobs for the unemployed.
Struggling to find work, 65-year-old says it’s tough to make ends meet.
Australia’s employment services are under fire for failing older people.
A new government training program offers hope to jobless older Australians.
Baby boomer men would rather retire early than take on part-time work.
Don’t forget to tell the taxman about your cash-in-hand bonus.
Changing technology means these common jobs might not exist in the near future.
Is Ken Wyatt kidding? Or is he on to something with his ‘senior gap year’?
Hitch a ride to work on the gravy train and keep your full Age Pension.
Ben asks Debbie how much he can earn before his Age Pension is reduced.
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The cuts to Sunday penalty rates will hit retail workers hardest.
Midlife education could be the key to improving the quality of life for older Australians.
Research suggests $44 billion in retirement savings could be lost over the next 10 years.
Restart is failing to get older workers back in to employment.
A Tasmanian council has been accused of firing a worker to avoid paying redundancy.
Young Australians are more qualified but are they becoming unskilled?
Have your say on the National Inquiry into Employment Discrimination Against Older Australians and Australians with Disability.
What can you do if you experience age discrimination in the workplace?
Around 40 per cent of Australian jobs could be replaced by technology by 2025.
It is estimated that workers taking sick days costs the economy $30 billion a year.
Added funds aimed to make mature job seekers more employable.
The Human Rights Commission to investigate low employment rates for older Australians.
Are you or your spouse short-changing yourself when it comes to sleep?
Older workers are the key to Australia’s economic growth, according to Joe Hockey.
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