August 17, 1988
long years of service and experience and now face horrendous difficulties in convincing new firms to invest in their talents.
Their dilemmas are not easy ones. Older workers still have mortgages to pay and families to maintain. The morale and self esteem of young graduates are being shattered every day.
The Government has failed to address these two solitudes in our society. Through innovative employment programs we simply must combat this two-pronged employment malaise so that young Canadians are not denied a place to stand and older workers are not forgotten or abandoned.