If you were born between 1946 and 1964, the baby boom years, and are finding it increasingly difficult to land an interview, let alone a job, you are encountering the reality of ageism, the most subtle form of job discrimination. This seminar provides you with twenty timely tips on how to position yourself in the marketplace, compete with recent college graduates, prepare a contemporary resume, sit for an interview with a person most likely one to three decades younger than yourself, and ultimately, land a dream job. Topics include getting around age discrimination, changing negatives into positives, maintaining energy and enthusiasm, and remaining confident no matter how lengthy the job search.
The program will be held in the Community Room. Registration is required for this free program.