Mature aged employment on the rise


There are many mature aged individuals who cannot find any employment, though they have relevant experience and qualifications. PWC conducted an international study showing that Australia has significantly improved in employing mature aged workers. The change came about as Australia skipped from the 16th position to the 12th position in the rankings amongst other countries. The international study from PWC shows that Australia compared to other countries have made such a vast change especially regarding the employment rates and participation in training of 55- to 64-year-olds.

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