As we get older, our job search strategies change. Frankly, they should. I’m not talking about in terms of ageism or age discrimination (although sadly, both exist). What I mean is that our wants and needs in a job change over time. And that translates to a different kind of job search.
One thing that doesn’t change is the fact that looking for a new opportunity is hard, and it takes time. Even when the labor market is candidate friendly. If searching for a new job is part of your plans, here’s a list of resources that may help.
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Searching for a job today is a bit different than it was years ago. Social media platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook have changed the game. This doesn’t mean finding a new job is impossible, but it does mean that putting the right strategy in place is the key to job search success.
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