Grandpa? He's Busy at the Office
Amid all the woeful tales of the downturn's Lost Generation -- the former tech aristobrats scooping ice cream in Palo Alto and the Wall Street wunderkinds folding khakis at Gap -- is one possibly bright bit of news. Unlike the early '90s recession, when it seemed as if the blade fell heaviest on older, white-collar workers (remember all those ashen-faced, fiftysomething managers shuffling out of AT&T [T ] and headed for a suburban-basement consulting businesses?), this time the grayhairs seem to be faring surprisingly well.
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