ageism

This is a discussion on ageism within the Employment and Labor Law Questions forums, part of the Legal Questions & Answers Forum category; I am always told I'm "overqualified" when interviewed by someone under 50. It's almost impossible to get a job in NYC due to ageism and sexism. How can I survive? ...

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    I am always told I'm "overqualified" when interviewed by someone under 50. It's almost impossible to get a job in NYC due to ageism and sexism. How can I survive?
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    You can consult with a local employment attorney but claims like these are very difficult to prove.
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    Many employers won't hire someone over qualified for a position because the possibility the person will only stay until they obtain a better, higher paying position, is very high.