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Nobody Wants Me!
Many older job seekers today are feeling unwanted (and maybe even unloved,) unimportant and, perhaps most of all, unappreciated – or at least under-appreciated.
After all those years and decades of nose-to-the-grindstone and, there are so many employers who won’t even give them the time of day. In fact, many hiring managers are specifically looking for evidence of age so as to cast older applicants onto the scrap heap of work history.
BUT, all is not lost. There are employers (aka “the smart ones”) who appreciate older workers for all that they can bring to the table. “Yeah, but where can we find these golden nuggets?”
Glad you asked. There are organizations that have made it their business to seek out age-friendly employers and list them. There are no guarantees that you will find a job with any of these companies, but you also won’t get ushered out the door without cause. Here are just a few of those lists:
Pivoting Careers During the Pandemic?
5 Unexpected Things to Consider If You're Over 50
by Diane Flynn and Lesley Jane Seymour at nbcnews.com
Perhaps you’ve been laid off during the Covid-19 pandemic or chose to quit like one in four women have done, according to McKinsey’s latest research. Or maybe you’ve decided that this is the time to get your career going again after a pause. Whatever your situation, here are five things to consider as you contemplate your next career move.
The Danger Of Being Perceived As A Digital Dunce
by Joseph Folkman at forbes.com
Over the last few years, I have noticed an increased awareness of the importance of digital expertise by many different organizations. While many leaders have embraced and been early adopters of new technologies, others have resisted…
I wondered what the impact is on possessing the cutting-edge, digital capability for leaders in organizations today.
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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.