Barriers and Willingness to Accept Re-Employment among Unemployed Senior Workers

Conclusions: In conclusion, older age was a general barrier to re-employment. Health was a more pronounced barrier for seniors with physically demanding work. Seniors with mainly seated work were more likely to accept lower salaries and work-time reduction. Gender differences existed in relation to work-time reduction, where women were more likely to accept work-time reduction compared to men. Thus, different barriers and willingness to accept re-employment exist among currently unemployed seniors across occupational groups.

Se artiklen

Se nyhed på dansk om artiklen