Someone created a tech job board for people over 30
When the interviewers at a startup told John Wheeler he wouldn’t be a good “cultural fit,” he knew they were referring, at least in part, to his age. Wheeler, who lives in Temecula, California, doesn’t believe he was outright discriminated against, but at 37, he knows his interests are likely different from the 20-something “brogrammers” commonly found at startups. “The interview was generally positive,” he writes in an email. But after reading two stories this week about age discrimination in the tech industry...