A new study shows just under a third of New Zealanders believe older people are valued in the workplace. Yet experts predict nearly one in three Kiwi seniors aged 65-plus will be employed by 2051, up from almost one in four last year. 48 Hours reporter Dawn Picken spoke to mature local workers about what keeps them in the labour market (besides money), and what would encourage more of us to continue working into our seventh and eighth decades.

Read the full story in Bay of Plenty Times.


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