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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Avoid These 3 Things when Applying for a Job

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Applying for a job is not a simple and quick task. It can take weeks of research, hours of crafting the perfect resume and cover letter, and mental energy preparing for the interview. Applying for a new job and starting a new career IS a full-time job. However, there are three key things to be…

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Submitting Your Resume Without A Job Posting

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Tricks for submitting your resume This is often referred to as a “blind” job application or “blindly submitting your resume.” People often assume there has to be a job posting, but this is not the case. If you find a company that you really want to work for but can’t find a job opening, you…

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