Byline: Niki Chesworth
YOUNG people are full of age rage -- resentful towards older workers staying in their jobs well into their 60s. However, the reality is that more older workers are retiring than ever before. Rather than "taking up" jobs they are about to leave a vacuum of skilled talent as they start to take their pensions.
Many of these potential retirees are supervisors and managers and certainly have years of experience, so they do not hold the sort of jobs that the young unemployed can easily move into.
Francois Moscovici, who is an expert on retaining talent in business and issues affecting older workers, says: "It is like comparing apples and oranges as no 62-year-old will hoard the job of a 22-year-old -- they are at different stages of their careers.
"In fact, younger people need older workers. Jobs for younger people will come …