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Solving problems with the help of the boss
Are you ready for a new job? Want to start a second career?  Or, perhaps get a part-time gig?  AARP’s Job Board may be the solution to that question. Earlier this year, AARP launched a tool that allows 50+ jobseekers to identify opportunities that fit their unique skills and experiences.   The Job Board leverages AARP’s Employer Pledge Program, which includes 380+ companies, and gives job seekers direct access to their career sites. Membership in this program is an outward expression of the employers’ commitment to hiring across the age spectrum and leveraging the value experienced workers bring to the workplace.
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Are you seeking a career change or a new job? If so, plan to attend  AARP’s Virtual Career Fair, Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET. The fair will feature employers from across the country.
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A big job placement firm is offering job seekers, and workers who want to transition into another position, free call-in advice in December.
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Dear Bosses,
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Just how much are your job skills worth in today's marketplace?
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If you're in the market for a job, you may be wondering which states are most favorable for people who've reached retirement age. Well, put on your long johns and grab your sled dog.
Job seekers don't lack the skills to get hired, contrary to some experts' claims. Instead, today's stubbornly high unemployment (8.2 percent) is due to a lack of demand for workers in all sectors, according to an analysis of government labor data by the Economic Policy Institute.
Making house payments and putting food on the table could get much more difficult for some 200,000 chronically unemployed workers around the United States.
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