skills

Laptop shows user interface of online job search
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.
Open white doors with rays of light on blue wall
Every new year brings new resolutions — exercise more, eat a healthier balanced diet and maybe even travel to new countries are a few of the common goals individuals set out for themselves when starting a fresh year. For 2016, there is another popular goal on many Americans’ to-do lists — find a new job.
Job or No Job
“What’s your biggest weakness?” is a classic job interview question.
Older Job seeker standing out in crowd
Older job seekers who were out of work at some point in the last five years found that tapping their network of contacts, reaching out to employers directly and starting their job search immediately rather than taking a break tended to be more successful in landing a job, according to a new report entitled “The Long Road Back: Struggling to Find Work After Unemployment,” by the AARP Public Policy Institute.
Job wanted
Looking for work? A  new interactive mapping tool helps job seekers pinpoint the cities, counties and states with the best opportunities for their particular skills.
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