Banks and their outsourcers for the year-2000 computer problem are apparently not yet hard-pressed enough to hire in great numbers the available legions of older, retired programmers.

But William Payson, head of SeniorStaff, which maintains a national data base of about 10,000 such experts older than 50, said he expects demand will grow along with anxiety as the year-2000 deadline comes ever closer.

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