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9 Ways to Screw Up a Job Search When You’re 50 or Older

Finding a job in your 50s or 60s can be hard.
Raise the odds of success by avoiding these mistakes.

by Maryalene LaPonsie at

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Top 10 Illegal Interview Questions

Questions about age, sex, religion and sexual orientation are off-limits

by Tomas Chavez at

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How the Employer Pledge Program Helps Older Workers Get Hired

“…you also might not be able to convince employers that age shouldn’t matter”

by Ashley Powdar at

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It’s a Process.
Job seeking is a process that must be worked through

➔    You most likely would not be too surprised to learn that a job search is a process. Start with your resume, go to networking, keep busy with applications, all with the intent of landing an interview. Or something along those lines.

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The 11 Million Jobs Available Fallacy

It's been widely reported that there are more than 11 million jobs available. With 6 million people unemployed, people take this to mean that there are roughly two roles for every one person out of work. However on-target the math may be, the often-touted slogan is very misleading.

                                                  —   Forbes