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How to overcome job discrimination?


JK Scheinberg, retired in 2008 and at 54 was turned down by Apple store for a job - He worked at Apple for 21 years and is credited with showing Steve Jobs the wisdom of transferring the Mac to Intel processors " .. t's a young person's -- and, too often, young man's -- business, so Apple stores also give the impression of the brains appearing to be young and therefore vibrant. .. But is it true that customers just want their machines fixed? -- and quickly? They surely don't care who does it, how or how old they are?

 

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    ptosis 7 months ago

    Why should I delete it??

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Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) says

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    ptosis 6 months ago

    Thanks, but I think in the tech world it's more bias against older people who are considered 'obsolete' in technology.