My name is Larry and I am 57 years old and the job I am working at is something I know very well , but it seems like because of my age and back around they are trying to push me out by cutting my hours. The hour I have right now won't even pay my rent.. Don't know what to do. For person like me skill and what I know it's confusing.

Well, I Will Keep An Eye Out My Brother, Also , I Just Said A Prayer 4 U 2.

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Curious whether those of you who work in coffee shops (Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, etc.) have found mobile ordering to make your daily jobs better or worse? Why?


Coffee. Is my weakness.
I could be a good serverfamilar with all kinds of coffees. Would take up the opportunity... see more

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The truth is I ideally know more than the Managements think.
You go in and fill out the application and answer the work experience.
The time spent with companies and why did you leave.
But no manager will understand, what you could bring to there company.
If all my year's of service don't matter why do they ask?
Older employees bring so much more, but experience can't get you to stay with them.
Listing that experience could help or hinder you.
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You may be the smartest person on the job. How do you fit on the team is valuable. Be humble on the... see more

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Now, I'm a little scared. My age, my lack of education, all I have is years of experience. That should speak for itself. I'm sending out resume's signing up on job site's. Keep me lifted.

Getting back into the job hunt is intimidating but don’t lose hope. Know that your first few interviews are going... see more

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Has a potential (or existing) employer ever asked you for your graduation year? If so, you are NOT alone. This may seem like a harmless question, but chances are the employer is trying to determine your age. Here are some things you should know and what you can do!

-What employers CAN ask
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act does NOT prohibit an employer from asking about an applicant’s (or employee’s age), or from asking other questions... see more

I couldn't start college until 40. I graduated 2010.

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I have a full head a grey hair. Some have suggested that hair dye could improve my luck. What do you all think?

My brunette hair is turning blonde. It works. No job chances until I gave up my hair and started collagen. Age... see more

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What advice can you give me as a professional who is seeking a job at an older age?

Wish I knew as I'm in the same boat. Regardless of my experience, I know I've been passed up because I am older... see more

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I am Betty, I am 65 and I got me a new job in the month of November 2019. I talked to the person, which was a lady on Saturday which was the last Saturday in November of last year and was asked to come for an interview on Monday before it was over the lady hired me on the spot.. Now, I am planning on going back to college to finish my nursing license. So, I Know if I can do it, why not someone younger should be able to also do it to. Sign , B


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Sitting here reading an article in the AARP Bulletin on, “Ageism.” The article has cleared my mind on why I haven’t being hired after so many interviews. Employers look at your age and think you can’t preform as good as a young person. Think about it, we won’t call out sick from partying all night, we won’t job hop, we are eager to learn and energetic. I have at least 15 more years left on a career and not hiring me is their loss not mines

Its sad how jobs go about things now, things were so much easier back in the days! Just keep going, dont stop here... see more

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Ageism at Work. Even Google is guilty. Imagine being told your ideas are obsolete. I bet it is more widespread than most people know. #ageism

I just read this article last night in the AARP bulletin and yes, ageism is rampant especially in California and... see more

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How do you keep companies from discriminating people for their age?

Contact AARP! This month’s issue of their news letter is all about age discrimination and what they’re doing to... see more

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