As our society grows older, the nature of the typical career arc is beginning to change. Few people now spend their entire careers at one position. Many of us now have two or even three careers over the span of our working lives. These changes are not without tension, however, as older workers push to enter arenas typically populated by much younger individuals. For example, there’s a new class action lawsuit working it’s way through the courts that pits “older” individuals (the plaintiffs are 53 and 47) against new college graduates, for space in the prestigious entry level associate positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers. The litigants claim the firm gives hiring preference to millennials, and discriminates against them because of their ages, while the firm rejects their efforts to interfere with longstanding recruitment programs. A similar case is already heading to the Supreme Court. Read about this “battle of the ages” in a Wall Street Journal article Here (paywall). And if you’re interested in finding “age-friendly” employers, Click Here.