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Latest figures from the ONS show that many people approaching later life are balancing work and caring responsibilities.

Valerie an older woman sitting on a chair

Valerie’s voice

Valerie, 77, tells her story of retirement, driven by ill health and demands of work, which made it difficult to remain in employment.

We're working for change. Not just to help people enjoy a better later life, but also to support our employees with caring responsibilities.

Our response to Amber Rudd setting a new target for the number of disabled people in work.

Despite there being laws to stop it, age discrimination doesn't seem to be taken as seriously as other forms of discrimination.

Workplaces might be changing with the addition of millennials, but we shouldn't be ignoring the older workers who are already there.

As ONS releases its analysis of the latest UK labour market headline statistics for February 2019, it's positive to see increases in employment rates.

Our lead on work, Patrick Thomson responds to the latest ONS figures on employment, unemployment and economic inactivity by age group.

Timewise and Centre for Ageing Better work together to close the gap between employers’ concerns of candidate shortages and older people's desire for more, better and flexible jobs.

ONS data sheds light on two barriers to working in later life – health and caring.

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