Wow, very sorry to hear that. I see that happening a lot these days, companies that have had to lay off huge parts of their workforce during the pandemic and bring back only a few that have the experience and have ben with the company awhile, which usually are the older individuals who are nearing that age to draw retirement. Unfortunately they aren't willing to work with them to accommodate the SS requirements and maintain a skilled worker so would rather just take the loss and hire an inexperienced younger person who they figure can be groomed into an effective employee with time. That and hiring friends and family of persons in upper management positions to ensure a certain extent of loyalty are both ridiculous and a blatant conflict of interest in some cases. Most times it causes more problems on the ground floor. Loyalty to a company used to mean something in the workforce but its a new world nowadays and not for the better. Best of luck in your future endeavors.