Workers aged 45+ and their problems
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In the year 2005, Polish population aged 55–64 years showed the lowest level of economic activity in EU-25 (27.2%). Actions should be taken therefore to improve the situation, as it produces a series of negative socio-economic consequences. The article presents outcomes of surveys focused on a group of workers aged 45+, which investigated workers' problems with staying on the Lódz labour market. Attention was paid to both subjective and objective circumstances related to variables such as sex, age, level of education, occupied position, years of service, as well as working life's experiences arising from changing jobs and unemployment.
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