COVID retirees show work-from-home revolution has not benefited everyone
Older people were aiming to work for longer — until the pandemic hit. Some have chosen to retire because their nest eggs have grown, but others have given up work because of age-related COVID risks. "Could the pandemic prove a turning point? Tony Wilson of the IES believes the pandemic will leave 'a permanent scar for a cohort of older women who left the labour market, but participation will kick on and start rising again.'" Sarah O'Connor explores.
From Financial Times