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The Great Remote Work Experiment has shown that it works. What had already been a global movement is here to stay. Here are some of my tips on how to make it a success for both workers and employers
Many employers have instituted hiring freezes. Job postings have dropped. But that doesn’t mean you should put the brakes on your search. It’s frustrating, but one move you can make right now is to look around the edges and set-up “informational” interviews.
It’s game time. You’ve been asked to come in for a face-to-face job interview. You’re a little apprehensive, but you’ve done your preparation. You know why you want the job and how you’re qualified. But yes, there are plenty of ways you can be thrown for a loop once you take your seat at a potential […]
You’ve snagged the job interview and are acing its questions. Then comes one of two inevitable fireballs from the interviewer: “What is your salary requirement?” or “What is your current salary?” These are tricky to answer, especially for older workers who hope to get hired without taking a pay cut. And your response can either […]
Fathers shape their children’s financial life. To that point, 56 percent of people said their fathers influenced their retirement savings and 62 percent said their retirement plans are similar to their dads’ strategy, according to a John Hancock Retirement Services survey of 1,007 Americans adults conducted in late April. Paternal influence cuts both ways. A […]
I am delighted to be a featured expert at the Age Without Borders Virtual Summit, an amazing global gathering of more than 50 speakers from the USA, Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Tasmania, Russia, South Africa, Iceland and the tiny islands of Malta, Tasmania and Mauritius sharing insights on health, travel, finance, aging in place, purposeful […]
Not so long ago, the whole idea of working in retirement1 was not even a consideration for most people. Now, it’s a reality.In contrast to the declining trend of the youth labor force, the number of workers aged 55 years and older in the labor force grew from 15.5 million in 1994 to 33.9 million […]
The number of older workers is on the rise. We’ll tackle the myths and realities of landing a job after 50. America’s workforce is older than it was. In 2002, a quarter of workers were over 50. Now it’s a third. Lots more workers over 65 are working full time. A lot of younger job-hunters […]