I would be much more interested to read "how chemists keep their jobs past 50," but I think that getting enough anecdotes to write a story would be challenging.Are you a chemist, still a chemist, not a "boss of bosses" and over 50? I would love to publish your story. Please write in to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I would be happy to publish your story. Anonymous or not, that's up to you.
(My father, whom I love, spent the last ~15 years or so of his engineering career basically working his heart out, running completely scared of being laid off from his employer before he could reach retirement age. He woke up every day determined to be a great asset to his company, thinking about his job pretty much every waking moment that he was not thinking about his family or his other (few) responsibilities. I'm not sure that's attainable for most folks.)