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Today is: Wednesday, December 13, 2023   |   Next niftynews: Friday, December 15, 2023

To Meet the Talent Shortage, Companies Are More Likely
to Consider Mature Workers

34 Percent of 30,000 employers are more willing
to hire seniors

by Bonnie Marcus at

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How to Network on LinkedIn to Get a Job


Building solid networks is well worth the job seeker’s time and effort

by Bryan Creely at




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

Here’s How to Create New Pathways for Unretirement Success

Retirees returning to work thrive when
they have support landing the right job

by Nathalie Levey at

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Still on Hold?
No one likes to play the waiting game

➔    One of the most frustrating aspects of a job search is the waiting.  Waiting to hear if you’re getting an interview; waiting for the interview itself; and, of course, waiting to hear back after the interview. If the interviewer doesn’t mention it during the interview, it’s acceptable to ask politely what happens next – and when.  Typically, they have some sort of timetable that they can share.

University Professor


Roughly 20 percent of Americans view their jobs as a spiritual calling.

                                                        — Harper’s

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