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May 05, 2010

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peter terminello

Age discrimination is not right if a person who is as qualified as other applicants for a position is not considered merely because of age. If the idea is to get a candidate into a position for an extended period, I have no problem being asked if I was considering retirement soon and if so, the agency was going to consider someone who would be in the job for time beyond when I would retire. To be consulted and have a situation explained is fair. If I am considered for a job and I state I would stay in it for a certain time helpful to the agency, but was rejected in what is obviously a decision based solely on age then there are grounds for a suit.

Mike Kruger

FYI

Archived webcast, videos, testimony, and photos of the hearing are here –

http://edlabor.house.gov/hearings/2010/05/hr-3721-protecting-older-worke.shtml

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