AARP’s Spanish language radio show premiered on Sunday, October 4th! The show is an extension of AARP’s bi-monthly bilingual magazine Segunda Juventud and hosted by the magazine’s editor, Gabriela Zabalúa-Goddard. Both the magazine and radio show target the senior Hispanic population. The 30-minute show will focus on health, finance, and lifestyle topics, featuring tips and advice from experts in various fields.
Check out the radio show (and a ton of other relevant news and information) on Segunda Juventud’s site: http://www.aarpsegundajuventud.org/spanish/index.html.
In other big news today, the H1N1 vaccine is now available to some…Yesterday, medical workers in Indiana and Tennessee were among the first to receive the vaccine in what the Washington Post calls “the most ambitious inoculation campaign in U.S. history.” Have questions about the vaccine? Check out this Q&A on the Washington Post’s web site for answers to common concerns.
Looking for tips on job interviewing? Take some time to look at this informative article from US News and World Report that gives advice on job seeking after 50. The reporter spoke to hiring managers at organizations on AARP’s list of best employers for workers over 50 and compiled a list of tips.
Have a great day!