Successful Job Hunting for Mature Workers – Part 1

Part 1: Set a Solid Foundation for Success

The need to plan an effective job search campaign is always important, and in difficult economic times it is vital to develop a strategy for finding the job that’s right for you. Here’s the first of three parts about developing and implementing a successful job search campaign:

Assess Your Talents and Interests

Review your career history, assess your

Mature Workforce News From the U.S.A. and Around the World

From Washington D.C.: The National Council on Aging (NCOA) reports that Americans aged 50 plus account for 28% of all delinquencies and foreclosures. And, some people still wonder why we must work later in life!

From Wisconsin: Barb Wulf gave us the following information in her recent Blog gleaned through data from the U.S. Department of Labor; Retirement Jobs; U.S. Census Bureau; and Center

3 Steps to Finding a Job on the Internet

While the Internet is a great tool to use in finding a new career opportunity, most job seekers don’t use it effectively. There are 3 main steps in using the Internet to support a career transition:1.) Research: Use it as a tool to gain information on the economy, industries and trends that effect them. Identify companies that interest you and gain insights into their operations.2.) Networking:

Boomers and Traditionalists Seek Job Search & Entrepreneurial Support

Brad Taft will be a keynoter at Embrace Change 2010, a career conference on April 27, 2010 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Phoenix area Job seekers and entrepreneurs are invited to this FREE day-long action summit for executives and professionals exploring career options. Embrace Change 2010 features experts in executive transition, business start-ups and the job market who will team up to present