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AARP:Job Security 50+ How to be Employable for Life

Job Security 50+ How to be employable for Life
AARP:Job Security 50+  How to be Employable for Life

Description

Stay on top of the skills, insights and resources you need to get and keep a good job after age fifty. AARP's Director of Employment Security Deborah Russell hosts the program along with Employed for Life author Anthony Burnham. Together they'll keep you competitive in the employment game at 50 and beyond.

Link: www.aarp.org

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Business
Education

Episodes

Q and A- Who do I call if I'm a victim of age discrimination?

Feb 29, 2008 4:30

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Deborah Russell of AARP and Anthony Burnham of Growthport Partners answer the question, Who do I call if I'm a victim of age discrimination?

Q and A- How do I sell myself at age 50+?

Jan 9, 2008 4:13

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Deborah Russell of AARP and Anthony Burnham of Growthport Partners answer the question, how can a 50+ worker sell themselves to a new employer.

Best Employers for People over 50

Dec 8, 2007 9:23

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AARP's Deborah Russell and Anthony Burnham Discuss The recent Best Employers for People of 50 Awards

The New Face of Work in America- James O'Toole served as Chairman of the National Task Force on Work in America.

Nov 2, 2007 12:52

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Work in America is not what it used to be. James O'Toole gives us a fresh look at how life at the office has changed in the last 35 years and how the changes impact workers over fifty years of age.

Avoiding Job Insecurity- Marci Aboher, careers columnist at the New Your times and author of One Person/Multiple Careers

Oct 30, 2007 9:47

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Marci Aboher talks about how to blend and customize your career to avoid boredom, create new employment opportunities and job insecurity.

Using Your Age as an Advantage in Your Job Hunt- Gail Geary, author of the Over-40 Job Search Guide, is a respected career management consultant.

Oct 1, 2007 11:51

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Many people over 50 believe that age is disadvantage in today job market but Gail Geary explains how to make your age an asset to employers

Working Past 50: The New Rules of Getting and keeping a Job After Mid-Life. - Bill Novelli is CEO of AARP, a membership organization of over 35 million people age 50 and older.

Sep 2, 2007 9:00

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CEO of AARP Bill Novelli, and Anthony Burham discuss why people are working longer and what they need to know to successfully play the employment game after age 50.