10 Ways to Overcome Ageism While Job Hunting During Retirement

by Guest Author, John Boitnott It’s never too late to start a new job. It’s estimated that, on average, a typical American worker now has more than ten jobs over the course of their lifetime. But unfortunately, whether you’re inspired to enter a new field or want a new job after you retire, one of the biggest obstacles…

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9 Tips for Finding a Job After Age 50

by Guest Author, Kathleen Coxwell If you are older than 50 or already retired, these tips can help you find the perfect job to keep bringing in cash. Working as long as possible is a recommended retirement strategy for almost everyone. There are so many benefits to working as long as possible, and they are not…

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7 Ways to Sabotage Your Job Search

by Guest Author, Emmet Pierce Don’t make a job search tougher by blundering into these mistakes. Hiring the right person for a job is difficult, and there is much at stake for employers. If the company hires the wrong person, it could be stuck for years with an unqualified worker. That’s why everything an applicant…

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7 Tips To Find The Perfect Remote Job for You

by Guest Author, Anthony Cofrancesco Ever since the option became more prevalent during the worst of the pandemic, employees have been flocking to remote work. Per Forbes, interest in remote work rose by 556% last month (believed to be in part spurred by some harsh words from Elon Musk towards remote employees). But a remote job…

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Is Embellishing Expected on a Resume?

by Guest Author, Samantha Nolan Dear Sam: It seems when I read the resumes of my friends and colleagues, they consistently claim accomplishments that seem exceptionally impressive and make me question the strength of my resume. Is it normal to embellish on a resume and stretch the truth to make yourself sound like a stronger…

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Job Search Success Strategies If You’re Over 50

by Guest Author, Robin Ryan   “I read about all the labor shortages, and hear that other colleagues are landing new, high-paying jobs, so why can’t I get one?” asked Cathy, a director in her late 50s. “I think it’s because of age discrimination. My resume gets recruiters to call, and they set up the…

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Jobs In Demand in 2022

Jobs In Demand in 2022

Whether you are seriously looking for a career change or just checking on what’s out there, here are the hot jobs in demand in 2022. According to an article by Acorns dated January 7, 2022:  7 jobs in high demand for 2022: A few pay $60,000 a year or more Need more job advice? Join…

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January is the Best Time to Apply for a New Job

January is the Best Time to Apply for a New Job

Planning to apply for a new job? Now is a perfect time. Do you know why? New Year, new beginnings. However, this is especially true in 2022 following “The Great Resignation.” Oh, and have you heard that there is a worker shortage in almost every industry? January is a common month for companies to open…

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Common Career Change Obstacles

Common Career Change Obstacles

Don’t let these common career change obstacles stop you from finding a better career path. If you are considering a career change, there is good news. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost half of Americans will have switched jobs by the end of 2020. There are many reasons why people choose to switch…

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