Bias, stereotypes and other rules of thumb influence how people think about you – even based on your name.
Social norms and stereotypes can make it hard for someone younger to be a mentor. But the changing nature of work demands we work out how to do it.
What matters to women as they grow older, as the city's population changes and urban development continues apace? You don't know unless you ask them – and they have so much to contribute.
Olivia Colman has a funny story to tell on Wikipedia about the age displayed in her biography in the online encyclopedia. The opportunity for a Wikipedia fact-checking.
A corrosive ageism in Australian politics overvalues the new, while discounting experience. If the US and UK can see the value in older politicians, why can't we?
Research shows that feeling younger than you are could be good for you.
Menopause at work is about creating a supportive environment for women, not managing menopause.
The age of the US is increasing, and with it, new expectations of health and happiness. Is the US prepared for the wave of baby boomers who will live long and want to be as healthy as they do?
Old people in Nigeria's cities can't even rely on public transport.
Whether it is racism, sexism or ageism, most of us face prejudice in some domain. And it turns out that damaging stereotypes can significantly affect our intellectual abilities.
Happy birthday Ms Ciccone – you redefine age.
As the workforce ages, it's important to celebrate age diversity. We challenge five myths about older workers.
Sports can be a healthy place for aggression and combat. It can also be a space for us to build community, test our limits and build resilience - no matter what our age.
Most people think of entrepreneurship as a young person's game. But the highest-growth firms in the US come from entrepreneurs who are 45 years old.
Men and young people are more likely to be ageist, but few Australians are resolutely ageist in their views, a new survey finds.
Is this why we are in an age of intergenerational conflict?
Older workers are feeling discriminated against in the search for work, in their jobs and even in retirement, a new survey shows.
Age discrimination laws have made conversations about retirement plans even trickier.