Monthly Archives: October 2010

Age Bias in Interviewing & Hiring: Tips to Tip the Scale in Your Direction

Age Bias or Age Discrimination? You look around the reception room and suddenly realize that every person sitting there — except for you — is under the age of 30. Fresh skinned, wrinkle free, and preoccupied with every conceivable technical … Continue reading

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Single & Unhappily Celibate after 40

Professionals over 40 tend to have one thing in common:  We tend to be independent and confident.  As a result, when we are not in a relationship, we don’t struggle as much as those who are more dependent on a … Continue reading

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Linking Up by Linking In: LinkedIn and Your Career

The Situation: You need a job. You spend day after day searching the job boards online. You’ve sweated over your résumé and perhaps even paid a professional to write one for you. Still, all you receive is rejection after rejection, … Continue reading

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An Open Door

We all know the saying, “When one door closes, another door opens.”  And as difficult as it may be when a door slams into your backside, the excitement of what lies ahead will quickly ease the pain — if you’re … Continue reading

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