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Planning to Work in Retirement? Why You May Need a Backup Plan

An estimated whopping 66% of baby boomers are already or are planning on working past the traditional retirement age of 65. But baby boomers beware. Just because this is what you have planned, it may not actually reflect your reality.

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The Invisible Value of Experience

In the movie Sully, Captain Sullenberger combined his 42 years of experience together in seconds as he made decisions that ultimately sealed the fate of all the people on board. But how do you put a value on experience when it’s so often it’s invisible?

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Job Search: Know What You Want To Get What You Want

By Mary Eileen Williams In a job search… clarity equals confidence… As the old saying goes: if you aren’t clear about what you want, how can you possibly know when you’ve got it? Nothing could represent that tried and true statement more than a job search. People typically spend...

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Changing Wardrobe – Changing Times

By Susan Williams I like to think that I’ve been pretty good about keeping my wardrobe current.  When I began my career in the 1980’s, the movie Working Girl set the stage for what I wore to work. With the big shoulder pads in my suit jackets and the...

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3 Great Tips To Help You Ace the Behavioral Job Interview

By Mary Eileen Williams As a mature job-seeker, you already know this cardinal rule: If you want the job, you have to ace the interview. But how do you do this if you don’t know what they will ask? Here are 3 tips to help you ace the behavioral interview.

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Another Reason To Hire An Older Worker – They May Stay Longer

Businesses may be missing out on a significant opportunity if they discount the value that an older worker could provide to a company’s talent pool. Plus they may also have the added benefit that they may stay longer.

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