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Over-50s Hunt for Jobs as Cost-of-Living Crisis Bites

Older people returning to work
in the cost-of-living crisis
have created a silver jobs boom

by Giles Sheldrick at

job search

Can Your Credit Report Cost You a Job Opportunity?

by Timothy Dimoff at

woman and man working

Age Discrimination:
The Dark Side of Diversity

by Blaine L. Pardoe at

group of older workers

Look for the Silver Lining
Mature job seekers can find solace…
when they look for it

➔    It’s not uncommon for job seekers to get down on themselves or to lash out in frustration. Let’s face it. Looking for a job – especially over the age of 50 – can be frustrating, depressing and who knows what else?

    But there is good news, if you look for it and if you can recognize it when you see it.

Work Colleagues

Time is Money

A worker who works 13 percent more time, will earn 40 percent more money.  Using data from as far back as 2014, the average American private sector worker works 34.3 hours per week… the average American worker earning from $100,000 to $149,999 puts in 45.09 hours per week.


University of Minnesota, University of Toronto, and others.