Are you over the age of 50 and looking for a new job? Have you discovered that the process of job-seeking is much more difficult than you had expected? Is it all too easy to make excuses: to say, for example, that you are too old to learn new things or too frustrated to show your best self?
No excuse is acceptable when you are searching for a new job. You are a successful, special person, and you can succeed in anything you want!
A Reader Writes For more than 20 years my primary focus was working my way up the corporate ladder in the marketing department of a large pharmeceutical company. Every day I work hard, but lately I have this sinking feeling in my stomach that just will not go away. I finally realized that it’s my career. I don’t enjoy my work anymore.
Finding a job can be a difficult experience. Here are three things that you can do to increase your chances of success.
As the selection process starts to draw to a close it’s time to impress the hiring team. A large part of a successful interview is avoiding potential pitfalls that can undermine your ability to impress the hiring team.