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...ield earning the same pay as middle aged people that had the option of not taking me seriously. It was hard to earn the trust of fellow employees due to my age, and being the only high schooler in my company. Managers would give me unchallenging tasks, and duties that no employers would do because they were simple and a waste of time. I had to voice my own opinion and express myself to them in order to be treated with respect as well as gain challenging tasks and more responsibilities in the workplace. Age ties into discrimination because a person cannot be taken seriously due to their age in a workplace which to me is unfair and should change.
The lesson you get from the articles is that the job field must work on their laws and regulations with discrimination. A person shall only be evaluated by their level of ability and experience and not by age, race or gender.
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