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Wise Ways to Train Older Workers

As we age, our needs do change. But they can be easily accommodated

I should know because I have one or two grey hairs :) I’ve also delivered more than 500 workshops and keynotes for corporations and universities in North America, Europe and Asia. 1,076 more words

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Flexible Working Thought Leaders

Neil Patrick of 40 Plus Career Guru talks Flexible Working

Here at Flexiworkforce we aim to connect with the key thought leaders on workplace trends. Today, we spoke with… 1,180 more words

Employment

Older Workers Who Lost Their Jobs During The Great Recession In US - Stronger welfare policies would have helped their mental health research finds

The old cliché states, “Money doesn’t make you happy”, but is this really true? In new research, Carlos Riumallo-Herl finds that wealth had an insulating effect against depression for older workers who lost their jobs during the Great Recession in the U.S. 108 more words

United States

A Fatal Flaw Working People Should Avoid

While many of my blogs are aimed at helping the unemployed track down interviews that lead to employment, some (like this one) are also intended to help those who are currently working get ahead. 899 more words

Job Search Advice

Idaho Wages Leanest for Young Workers

Wages grow with age, but there is a point of diminishing return where retirement may be a better alternative to continuing to work with scant hope for increasingly higher pay. 482 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

The age of uncertainty: Work, pensions and retirement

A number of items in our alerts this week share a common theme, that of uncertainty for older workers. This revolves around a number of inter-related issues: work (is there work available for them?), pensions (what state pension they may receive?) and retirement (can they afford to retire, do they want to?). 192 more words

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Flux Caused By Job Changes

I’ve read over the years how many people will in their lifetime change jobs about 8 or 9 times, and change fields entirely 3 or 4 times. 904 more words

Job Search Advice