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agism

noun [U] ( also ageism)
 
 
/ˈeɪdʒɪzəm/ LAW, WORKPLACE
the act of treating people unfairly because of their age, especially if they are old: To protect yourself against agism during the recruiting process, some career experts suggest you remove the earliest work history from your resume. →  See also discrimination
agist ( also ageist) adjective
Translations of “agism”
in Chinese (Traditional) 年齡歧視…
in Chinese (Simplified) 年龄歧视…
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