Age Discrimination in Corporate America

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Intel is under federal investigation for age discrimination by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, reports The Wall Street Journal, following some 10,000 job cuts in 2016. In one round, the average age of more than 2,000 of the employees laid off was 49 — “seven years older than the median age of their peer employees who remained.” The chipmaker denies the claims; several tech firms have been accused of age discrimination in recent years, and the workforces of many "skew younger."

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