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The Seismic Shift That’s About
to Change the American Workplace

U.S. companies need…
to move past ageism and invest in older employees

by Michael Clinton at

Older woman and man

The Grey Resignation

Older workers have valuable skills and experience. Why do we let them leave their jobs so easily?

by Samir Jeraj at

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AARP Can Help in Your Job Search

Empowering people 50 and older to choose
how they live as they age

by Mike Festa at

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Shut Up!
Knowing what to say and how to say it is crucial in a job search – but so is the opposite

➔    At one time or another we’ve all heard about how important speaking is during a job search.  Whether it’s a job interview or a networking event, the importance of knowing what to say, when to say it, and how to say it is the stuff of legends.  How true.

       Like many notions, however, there is a flip side: knowing when to shut up.

senior man


“People hear that wages are going up, people hear that it’s really easy to get a job, and yet that’s not what they’re finding — themselves, their children, their neighbors.” — Jane Oates, a senior policy adviser at the workforce development nonprofit WorkingNation, on the state of the U.S. labor market

                                                       —   Bloomberg

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