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Elderly and Retirement #332741

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 16, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Scenes shown from rally in Washington, DC, championing job rights for the elderly.

(Atlanta: Terence Smith) Older Americans who have retired and then gone back to work featured; details given of several cases in which companies have hired older workers. ["Unretiree" Dave THOMAS - says he was frustrated in retirement.] [Supervisor Dan YOUNG - comments.] [Days Inn vice president Richard SMITH - praises elderly employees.] ["Unretiree" Julie BLICK - comments.] Elderly who rallied in Washington noted seeking repeal of limit to a retiree's earnings. [Representative J. Dennis HASTERT - comments.] [At golf course, RETIREE - says no to going back to work.] Importance of retirees in a shrinking labor pool mentioned.

Schieffer, Bob;
Smith, Terence

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