Will you still employ me when I’m 66?

18th August, 2019
Catherine O’Flynn, head of William Fry’s employment and benefits department

Sixty-one per cent of employees in Ireland believe that they will have to work past the age of 66, but only 32 per cent want to do so.

This is according to the William Fry Employment Report 2019: Age in the Workplace, which surveyed 1,000 employers and employees in Ireland.

“According to recent CSO figures, there are 76,000 workers over the age of 65 in the Irish workforce, up from 69,000 in the previous 12 months,” said Catherine O’Flynn,...

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