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  Six Résumé Strategies for Fighting Age Discrimination: How Baby Boomers Can Use Résumés to Showcase Their Vitality
by Kim Mohiuddin - Mar, 2007
They say you can never be too rich, too young or too thin. A quick perusal of today’s business websites and their stock photos of pretty executives, with more wrinkles in their coolly disheveled Armani suits than around their eyes, reveals that the business community is buying into this concept big time. With the first wave of baby boomers turning sixty this year, this bias towards the young, and the more modest paycheck...
 
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by Kim Mohiuddin - Mar, 2007
Spring is a time of new beginnings and, if you’re looking for a job, new career opportunities. But those opportunities could be nipped in the bud if you haven’t taken the time to assess your online presence. According to a study by job counselors at Purdue University, about one third of employers use online search engines to screen potential employees. What will they see when they Google you? If it’s pictures from that ba...
 
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