Why do you think discrimination charges rose when the economy was barely recovering and unemployment was very high?
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Dicrimination charges are filed by the employees against the employers. Generally, it has been seen that uptick in the discrimination charges are associated with downtick with employment opportunities. During the recession, business houses resort to the large scale lay off which costs jobs of old and low skilled workers.
Hence, old people are more likely to file discrimination charges against the employers. Old people are less productive, thus producers choose to lay them off at first instance.
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