Given that other employees are being provided promotional opportunities as well as more favorable scheduling opportunities, AND you are a member of a protected class AND they are significantly younger than you, AND you are being treated less favorably, these facts would typically support a prima facie claim of age discrimination against the employer, for which you could seek lost wages and benefits due to the discrimination.
Here is a link that sets out the necessary elements to prove age discrimination:
The proper course of action would typically involve filing a complaint of discrimination with the HR department in an attempt to resolve the matter internally. If it is not promptly resolved, then a charge should normally be filed with the state Fair Employment and Housing Commission.
It is also best to retain a local employment law attorney to guide you through this process, especially if you have reason to believe you may experience retaliation for pursuing recourse in this matter.
Here is a link to file a charge with the state:
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