That is according to Denise Keating, chief executive of the Employers' Forum on Age, who told People Management that this shift in the employment market is likely to result in more mixed-age workforces, including sales recruitment organisations.
She also predicted that there are likely to be more part-time and flexible roles created within companies, as well as flexible retirement options, to increase the appeal of jobs to prospective employees.
"You could argue that this means more jobs for more people because you've got better performance, so you're creating more job opportunities," Ms Keating added.
Recently, UK employment minister Ed Davey reinforced the coalition government's commitment to cutting red tape and making it easier for enterprises to create new employment opportunities and stimulate the economy.
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