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Today is: Wednesday, December 20, 2023   |   Next niftynews: Friday, December 22, 2023

How Does One Compress 30+ Years into a Single Page?

How do older/experienced people navigate the job market?

by Bill Miller at

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'I Didn't Know Until My Late 50s':
18 Mistakes Adults Over 30 Were Surprised To Have Made And Deeply Regret


"I'm grateful my adult children were kept in the dark about my foolishness. You can make terrible mistakes at any age."

by Dannica Ramirez 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!

Beware the Hot Jobs of 2024

What jobs will need to be filled the most,
and which will be most secure?

by Nick Corcodilos at

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The Future is Yours
Potential employers are more concerned with
where you’re going than where you’ve been 

➔    When most people sit down to write a resume, they begin with their past work experience. On the one hand, especially for the 50+ job seeker, that makes a lot of sense. After all, typically your strong suite is your experience. That’s one of the major strengths that you’re bringing to the table so there is a line of thinking that says lead with your strength.

The Future


“If you think of data entry, call centers, HR, payroll—this kind of thing that’s fully remote—a lot of this may be replaced by AI in five to 10 years.” — Nicholas Bloom, an economics professor at Stanford, on how AI will affect fully remote jobs

                                                      — Bloomberg

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