Why is it still considered OK to be ageist?
Behind society's last acceptable prejudice. Modern-day ageism is rampant, with evidence indicating that people over 50 find it harder to get job interviews and are more likely to be eased out of existing jobs. It's a form of discrimination that's rarely discussed, but for Lucy Kellaway, the ageism against her generation feels personal. In this thought-provoking piece, she reflects on the puzzling negative stereotypes and outdated attitudes applied to older generations.
From Financial Times