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1 in 4 U.S. Adults 50 and Older Who Aren’t Retired Expect to Never Retire

A graying America is worrying more and more

by Fatima Hussein at

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How To Answer 3 Interview Questions For The Over 50 Job Seeker

Your experience might be a drawback

by Peggy McKee and Jenna Arcand at

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These job search sites help match applicants with employers – many of these sites feature employers who are seeking more mature workers.   Get FREE!

Why Employers Should (And Have To)
Hire Older Workers

Today, 62 percent of older workers are working full time, 47 percent in 1987

by Kerry Hannon at

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Are You a Change Agent?
Similarities are few; change is abundant

➔    Mostly likely one of the first things you’ve heard about today’s job search is that it has changed immensely from what you remember 40, 30 and even 20 years ago. Then again, if there is one constant in life – it’s change. Certainly job seeking has changed. 

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“New hires are negotiating their offers at very high rates and are behaving as though they have a lot of bargaining power and leverage.” — Julia Pollak, chief economist at ZipRecruiter, on how job-seekers are approaching salary negotiations

                                             — CNBC Make It

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