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Longevity expert, 70, reveals how to ‘age backwards’ with … Jan 16, 2020 – Miranda Esmonde-White doesn’t look or move like a typical 70-year-old. The former ballerina credits it all to exercise, but not the way most …
2020 Job Search And Career Predictions For Baby Boomers Jan 07, 2020 · 2020 career and job search trends leaving 2019 behind. Getty. The new decade will be one of big change for Baby Boomers. More and more companies will offer packages to boomers … Baby boomers will be workforce’s fastest-growing … Nov 12, 2019 · Baby boomers will be the fastest-growing age category in the U.S. and U.K. workforces next year, according to a new report. Published Tuesday, Glassdoor’s “Job and Hiring Trends for 2020
A new study shows loving-kindness meditation may actually help postpone the inevitable. … In fact, new research suggests kindness won’t just make you happier and healthier now, but may actually prolong your life.Jan 6, 2020 www.inc.com › jessica-stillman › kindness-doesnt-just-make-you-healthi…Kindness Doesn’t Just Make You Healthier, It Can Actually …
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How to Spin a ‘Mommy Gap’ on Your Resume Rework Your Resume The longer you’ve been away from work and your industry, “the bigger the barrier to reentry,” says executive coach Roy Cohen. “That’s why it is crucial to show that you’ve used time off productively by learning new skills, doing freelance or consulting work, or even stretching yourself through community or volunteer roles.” The best way to highlight this on your resume is by downplaying the rigid old reverse-chronology […]
This app is modernising the way graduates find jobs by making the company chase the candidate
The résumé will soon be dead, according to a careers expert https://www.yahoo.com/news/r-sum-soon-dead-according-091600380.html When applying for a new job, the first thing most people do is dust off their résumé. It’s the go-to way of showcasing your work experience and skills. But in the age of LinkedIn, the paper CV is dying, according to Charlie Taylor, the founder of careers app Debut. He believes there are more effective and reliable ways to show a company what you’re made of.
Six Ways You’re Turning Off Everyone Who’s Trying To Help You Find A Job Don’t make anyone you’ve asked for favors or referrals wind up regretting it.
How to use LinkedIn to find your dream job 1. Job description: “make sure the job you’re seeking is… highly relevant to who you are and what you do.” 2. Key words: “study each job description and use the words it uses in your profile and résumé.” Before you apply for positions bake those words into your profile. (To add skills to your profile, <a href=”https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/4977/linkedin-skills-overview?trk=msnrelated” target=”_blank”>check out this guide on LinkedIn</a>.) 3. Groups and influencers: “start a business conversation—not […]
10 Things That Will Make You Look Unprofessional in Your Job Search Alison Green,U.S.News & World Repor If you’re job searching, you probably (hopefully!) know the basic professionalism mistakes to avoid, like using a questionable moniker in your email address, having a silly outgoing voicemail message or flooding social media with photos of yourself doing keg stands. But here are some less obvious ways that you can inadvertently come across as unprofessional in your job search. [See: 8 Important Questions to […]