Do you find companies in your region or country tend to hire people that are later in their career? i.e. over 50 years old? Where might this be more common and accepted?

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Chief Technology Officer in Software, 11 - 50 employees
Our policy has always been the right person for the right job. There is a lot of be said about the wealth of knowledge h the at comes with experience, but that being said it should not be a reason to hire or not hire someone. It all comes down to your problem and what need you have.
Chief Information Technology Officer in IT Services, 201 - 500 employees
Hiring older workers can be a smart move , as it can lead to a more experienced, loyal, and diverse workforce. By balancing salary expectations and offering competitive compensation packages, companies can ensure that they attract and retain top talent from all generations.
Director of IT in Education, 501 - 1,000 employees
mostly non profit they accept

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