Job Search For Older Workers

This Job Search For Older Workers section covers the practical skills required for a contemporary job search:  Resumes, Cover Letters and Interview Skills. We offer free resources to help you. We also offer a program that will give you a greater chance of success in getting the job you want.  Age and Age Bias will give you a lot to think about regarding your career.

I’ve been helping older workers with their job search and all aspects of career management for many years.  This category is full of job search for older workers articles I’ve written.  There are also hundreds more written by the employment /recruitment guru who  originally started this site. They are all free and right here for you read.

Boomers Next Step can help you find new work or gain more recognition for the work you currently do. If you would like personalized help contact me and we can discuss your needs.  Or you might like to check out our program, Career Reno, which offers amazing value.

 

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What to Wear to an Interview

How to Dress for a Job Interview

By Jenni Proctor / November 1, 2016

Tips on How to Dress Successfully for a Job Interview Job interviews are a lot of things, and your ticket to a new job can be one of them if […]

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Tips For Questions to Ask at Interviews

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / June 18, 2016

It is well understood that sales training can improve specific skills, but what do you look for when recruiting a new sales person?For all sales positions a willingness to achieve […]

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5 Universal Laws To Finding Work You Love

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / June 12, 2016

Are you someone who enjoys reading about “The Law Of Attraction” and other spiritual concepts?  This article by a guest author may put the task of job search into the […]

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Phrases to Avoid in Your Resume

Words to Avoid in Your Resume

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / March 18, 2016

What are the Words to Avoid in Your Resume? If you want to avoid being passed over for an interview, stay away from the dozens of “boilerplate” phrases littering thousands […]

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How to Cope With Job Loss

How to Cope With Job Loss

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / December 15, 2015

How do you cope with job loss? Losing a job can lead to negative feelings – inadequacy, embarrassment, insecurity and devastation. Recovery can take time, making it easy to become […]

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A Boomers' Guide to Volunteering After Retirement as Encore Career

A Boomers’ Guide to Volunteering After Retirement

By BoomersNextStep Guest Author / November 17, 2015

The face of volunteerism is changing. Challenging economical conditions, advances in technology, and boomers approaching retirement age are major influences on how non-profit organizations operate differently than in the past. […]

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