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____ 10. Younger workers are more cooperative on the job.
____ 11. Older workers are more dependable.
____ 12. Most older workers cannot keep up with the speed of modern industry.
____ 13. Older employees are most loyal to the company.
____ 14. Older workers resist change and are too set in their ways.
____ 15. Younger workers are more interested than older workers in challenging jobs.
____ 16. Older workers can learn new skills as easily as other employees.
____ 17. Older employees are better employees.
____ 18. Older employees do not want jobs with increased responsibilities.
____ 19. Older workers are not interested in learning new skills.
____ 20. Older employees should ‘step aside’ (take a less demanding job) to give younger employees advancement
____ 21. The majority of older employees would quit work if they could afford it.
____ 22. Older workers are usually outgoing and friendly at work.
____ 23. Older workers prefer less challenging jobs than those they held when they were younger.
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This document was uploaded on 03/27/2014.
- Spring '14