Health care industry has Midas touch

Bridgeford, Lydell C.
December 2007
Employee Benefit News;Dec2007, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p48
The article emphasizes the inclusion of health care employers in the presents information related to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) list of the top 50 employers for workers over 50-years-old in the U.S. AARP used several criteria in selecting employers for the list, such as recruiting practices, opportunities for training, education and career development. Making it to the list is Florida-based Lee Memorial Health System in the 6th rank in 2007.


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