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How common is it really? One of the most common job seeker complaints According to the AARP, in 2013 alone there were 21,396 claims of age discrimination filed in the US. Most people won't even bother to file, so you have to think the actual number of incidents is much, much higher. Those claims were filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, based on the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which "protects workers 40 and older from personnel decisions based solely on age in hiring, firing, layoffs, promotions or demotions." According to the Guardian, however, it's not only older people who have reason to be frustrated. The UK Department for Work and Pensions published a report in 2012 that found that "experiences of age discrimination were more common for younger groups, with under 25s at least twice as likely to have experienced discrimination than other age groups." Surprised?
What you need to know to keep the stomach butterflies away. This is a guest post by Neil O'Donnell. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. So, you’ve done what most applicants didn’t do – you landed an interview? Congratulations. Now get ready for the endurance test. Yes, you should be proud of this accomplishment as usually only three to five applicants (out of upwards of a hundred) are selected for interviews. That said, getting through the interview to the job is a challenge on the level of climbing a mountain, during a blizzard, with no guide. In other words, it’s difficult. To ace the interview, here are a few tips that will help increase your chances of making it through to the job.