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How the Tight Labor Market Is Impacting Ageism in the Workplace

How to reframe our ideas about aging and older workers

by Chris Farrell and Gretchen Brown at

older man working at home

'I'm Too Young to Retire'

What forced these workers to retire
before they were ready

by Daniel de Visé at

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How To Reconnect With Former Colleagues: 5 Sample Emails

Your network is the entry point to the hidden job market

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine at

Older woman and man


Job Search Options
Even at 50+ you have options

➔    Devastating. Waking up one morning and finding yourself out of work when you’re over the age of 50 is nothing short of devastating. There is a flood of emotions that you are feeling that is nothing less than overwhelming. Fear. Anxiety. Insecurity. Bewilderment. Self-pity. Hate. (Yes, some even feel hate for their former employers.) Those emotions come at you like you’re being pelted by a band of ruffians. And just like that gang attack – it hurts.

Mature Businesswoman


“Taking time away from work has not always been something that people want to talk about openly. That’s an old playbook.” — Suzi Owens, senior director of communications at LinkedIn, on the stigma surrounding résumé gaps

                                                     — WorkLife

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