Marion Rae remembers the first time she experienced age-based discriminationThe European regulators said there have been three additional U.S. reports of clots with.?She was in her mid-40s and had returned from working overseas in Japan.
“I went to a company in the city and they saidThe COVID-19 crisis unfolding unevenly across Canada., ‘yes you have a great CV’, but I couldn’t get an interview,” she told SBS News.?
“Somebody suggested I get a facelift and lie about my age.”
“I found it profoundly shocking that Australia had become so superficial that people were assessed on the basis of whether they had wrinkles or not. Their experience wasn’t what counted; it was their looks.”
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