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Older workers in the labour market - 2012

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Published on Jun 13, 2012

This is a short video from the ONS looking at older workers in the labour market.

It shows the number of people in the UK working beyond state pension age between 1993 to 2011.

It goes on to look at the percentage of workers by length of duration with their employer. It also shows how older workers are more likely to work in smaller firms than younger workers.

It then considers differences between men and women working beyond state pension age, focusing on differences in the skill level of jobs that men and women tend to be employed in.

Finally, it looks at differences across the UK and shows that the South East and London have the highest employment rates of older workers.

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