3 Keys to Success for Job Seekers Born in the ’50s or ’60s

Yes, you can be over 40 or 50 and still find a good job. This is a guest post by Leslie Williams. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Switching jobs can be a great experience. It can allow you to move up, take on more responsibility, make more money, and expand your skill set. In some cases, it can be a reason to move to a new city, adding a whole other level of excitement to the new job. But even if you switch jobs voluntarily, it's still one of life's most stressful events. And let's face it—once you hit a certain age, it becomes a little trickier, especially if you're not going directly from one job to another, but find yourself unemployed for whatever reason, needing a new job, and possibly competing with younger candidates fresh out of college.


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