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Older job-seekers find ways to avoid bias

They are finding jobs at non-profits, startups, education programmes

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James Kunen, who was let go at Time Warner during a round of layoffs, teaches English as a second language at LaGuardia Community College in New York. Many older job seekers know age discrimination is a fact of life. But increasingly they are finding jobs at smaller organisations, including non-profits, startups, small trade associations and niche educational programmes.

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JAMES KUNEN, 66, teaches English as a second language at the Center for Immigrant Education and Training at LaGuardia Community College in New York.

When he was let go as the director of corporate communications at Time Warner during a round of layoffs, he confronted the

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