Old news: Ageism in the workplace

MORE Magazine: Forty-six-year-old Sheryl Campbell was talking with a colleague in his twenties one sunny afternoon when it hit her with the force of a late labour contraction: I could be his mother!

The Edmonton communications consultant just smiled to herself and kept chatting about the project at hand. “It doesn’t do any good to think that way,” she explains. “That’s feeling uncomfortable about your age and I feel pretty comfortable about mine.”

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