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Dear readers and job-seekers, 69% of workers over age 55 plan to work beyond retirement, making 50-plus folks one of the fastest growing labor groups in the US. They're supplementing retirement income, working in jobs that inspire them, and starting new careers. I found some good information and resources to help with that, including some ways to rethink current careers, brought to you by Cornell University:
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Despite the dismal state of the economy, HR needs to get on board with the “senior” workforce. As I apply for different positions, I often hear I have “too much experience.” What a load of crap, in reality they think I will be bored or be brain dead on the job. Every day I continue to learn and contribute, bringing positive energy to the workplace.
Unemployment is a worldwide scenario. Government will have to focus in providing more stable jobs with high cost of salary. I want to help. www.bigjobsboard.com Thank You and Good Luck!
Thanks for that great comment and for Lindsay's response. 'Too much experience' is crap.