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Career Coach Offers Job Seekers Over 50
Seven Tips for How to Get a Job Quickly
Reaching midlife doesn't have to be the death knell of a career.
While it can feel daunting to search for a new job after a lengthy career — especially during a global pandemic — there are options for older professionals who know how to brand themselves.
One expert job coach and author is offering helpful tips to guide people over 50 to land the perfect job.
How I Combat Ageism as a Mature Job Seeker
by Tia C. Rucker at jobcase.com
On my next birthday next month I will be 53 yrs young, and I can actually retire from the workforce in four years.
In 2013 as the new year rolled in, I turned 47 and then became unemployed. Scared about being middle age and unemployed, I had no time to feel sorry for myself, so I got busy reinventing myself and my career.
7 Reasons Workers Age 65 and Older Have Not Retired Yet
For some, the golden years are a time to increase the gold
— but their reasons for delaying retirement vary widely
by Alex Valdes at moneytalksnews.com
It seems like more and more Americans can’t get enough of work, whether it’s for enjoyment or necessity.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by 2028, about 23% of people age 65 or older will be in the workforce.
Our next edition…
Monday, September 28, 2020
How To Successfully Change Careers
During Times Of Uncertainty
by Adunola Adeshola at forbes.com
“Everything that’s happened has just given me a fire to do what I want to do now!”
I’ve been blown away by the number of times I’ve heard some version of this from high-achievers in tons of different industries since this pandemic began. While the pandemic has created new levels of uncertainty, for a select few, it’s also ignited a desire to finally take the leap into a career they know will be more fulfilling.
Pass it Along
If you attend networking events and go to jobs clubs, you’ve been meeting other job seekers just like you. Mention the Nifty50s to them and encourage them to visit as well. You’ll be helping them and you’ll make an appreciative friend for yourself.