Job Seekers

Getting the Most from Your Job References

References are Often an Afterthought by Stephanie Legatos / Career and Job Coach You know you need a list of references, and every potential employer expects you to have this. However, many people use – and have used – the same people over and over. I think about references as parallel to 360⁰ assessments: use…

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No Boom Time for Boomers – Unemployed Older Workers Not Benefiting

No boom time for boomers with Shirley Fickett-Operation ABLE

No Boom Time for Boomers January 2018 – Boston Business Journal Older unemployed workers have not benefited as much as younger workers from the strong economy. And retraining programs are struggling to help the problem. State employment numbers that older unemployed workers have not benefited as much as younger workers from the strong economy. And…

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BOSTON.com: Fighting Age Discrimination in the Workplace

Boston.com

BOSTON.com – Fighting age discrimination in the workplace. Some companies are making the case for the older worker. A report by AARP projects that 35 percent of the U.S. workforce will be 50 or older by 2022. John Halloran, 67, said his last job search in 2013 was an “eye-opening” experience. Halloran was a territory…

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