Great Jobs for Everyone 50+

Great Jobs for Everyone 50+

Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy...and Pays the Bills

Book - 2018 | Updated edition
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"You can find profitable, fulfilling work after 50! Kerry Hannon's national bestseller, Great Jobs for Everyone 50+, has become the job-hunting bible for people in their forties, fifties, and beyond. With her no-nonsense style, Hannon shows where the opportunities are and how to get them. In this completely revised edition, Hannon offers twice as many jobs and brand-new material to market your skills in today's job market, with expert tips on revamping a résumé, networking, interviewing like a pro, building a social media platform to stand out in the crowd, and much more. Whether you took early retirement, were laid off, are seeking a job that you will love, need supplemental income, or want to stay engaged and make a difference by giving back with your talents, Hannon's book is an essential tool. The truth is that many companies are looking for candidates with your experience, expertise, and maturity. The trick is finding those employers--and going into your search with a positive attitude and realistic expectations. This completely updated Great Jobs shows you how to avoid common job-seeking mistakes and helps you find your ideal employment in today's landscape"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [2018]
Edition: Updated edition
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781119363323
1119363322
Branch Call Number: 331.7020884 H196G 2018
Characteristics: xiii, 398 pages ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: AARP (Organization)

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StarGladiator
Feb 07, 2018

// The truth is that many companies are looking for candidates with your experience, expertise, and maturity. \\
Oh wow! Could have fooled many millions of us . . . in North America, the UK, Japan, South Korea, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera!
Since data mining and the Web reached critical mass around 2003 or 2004, all the prospective employer need do [and they subscribe to various agencies which provides this service to them] is have the applicant's name and zip code, or name and telephone number [and in some cases just the zip code will suffice, without any other data] to deduce the applicant's age.
For some peculiar reason, these HR books never impart that important piece of info?!

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omahrose
Jun 26, 2014

very helpful

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omahrose
Jun 26, 2014

job suggestions for those over fifty

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