Increasing Employment Opportunities for the Elderly, Volume 1
États-Unis. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging, United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - Age and employment - 137 pages
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35 hours activities agencies ALAN BIBLE Association of Retired attitudes bill Chairman Citizens Community Planning Commission on Aging committee Congress Council on Aging DECEMBER 19 demonstration Department of Health develop earnings employees employment after retirement employment of older FRANK CHURCH full-time employment full-time jobs Gerontology homemaker services important increasing indicate interest JENNINGS RANDOLPH jobseekers Kent Maryland State Commission Modern Maturity Montgomery County Moynihan October Office of Aging old-age assistance older persons older women older workers operation organizations part-time basis part-time employ part-time employment opportunities part-time jobs part-time workers percent placement ployment problem programs projects Public Welfare Amendments reason Retired Persons rience Schweinhaut Secretary of Labor Senator Moss Senator Randolph Senior Citizens Community skills social security statement subcommittee tion trend tunities U.S. Employment Service U.S. Senate unemployed week Welfare Wickens Women Men Women workweek younger workers