Deb Silverberg

Help Wanted
The following is a guest post by Debbie Banda.
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More baby boomers want to work longer and as demographics change, smart employers are seeing the value of retaining and hiring workers over 50.
Best Employers Video NIH Spotlight
Ever ask someone a simple question about where they work and before you know it, they've gushed for five minutes about how much they love what they do? A great employer can make all the difference between starting Monday with pep in your step - or not.
Jeff Rose's boys
This is a guest post by Jeff Rose.
Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life
This is a guest post by Bart Astor.
55+ Unemployment Infographic
[Updated 6/24] Some argue that the Great Recession is in the rear-view mirror. That's not the case if you're a layoff victim over a certain age and if you've been unemployed for nearly a year - or longer.
SBA, AARP work toegther to help entrpreneurs KTHV
When you hear "small business start-up," many people think of 30-something techies leaving bigger companies to go out on their own. Would it surprise you to learn that about one fourth of aspiring small business owners are in the 40 - 60 age bracket?
Nest Egg photo via Michael Cobb Allen
The following is a guest post from Barbara Friedberg.
Brian Williams NBC Nightly News Road to Retirement
A staggering number of people in the United States remain unemployed, with more workers over age 45 remaining out of work for a year or longer.
Yahoo Headquarters via giiks via Flickr Creative Commons
Bring up Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer among colleagues or friends, and I dare you to try to have a five-minute conversation. You'll likely hear jeers, cheers, or both when it comes to Yahoo's pending ban on full-time and occasional telecommuting.
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