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Rosa Kean

The best way for him to start over is to update his resume and get out there and look for work. Take the skills he has and apply them!

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Constantine Ganas

A book 'Surviving a Layoff' by Lita Epstein may help!

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Denise Bice -LABOR-

The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a community service and work-based job training program for older Americans. Authorized by the Older Americans Act, the program provides training for low-income, unemployed seniors. Participants also have access to employment assistance through American Job Centers.

SCSEP participants gain work experience in a variety of community service activities at non-profit and public facilities, including schools, hospitals, day-care centers, and senior centers. The program provides over 40 million community service hours to public and non-profit agencies, allowing them to enhance and provide needed services. Participants work an average of 20 hours a week and are paid the highest federal, state, or local minimum wage. This training serves as a bridge to unsubsidized employment opportunities for participants.

Participants must be at least 55, unemployed, and have a family income of no more than 125% of the federal poverty level. Enrollment priority is given to veterans and qualified spouses, then to individuals who are over 65, have a disability, have low literacy skills or limited English proficiency, reside in a rural area, are homeless or at risk of homelessness, have low employment prospects, or have failed to find employment after using services through the American Job Center system.

SCSEP grantees include state agencies and 19 national non-profit organizations. For more information on SCSEP programs in your area, use CareerOneStop's Older Worker Program Finder or call the toll-free help line at 1-877-US2-JOBS (1-877-872-5627).

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Alex Z

The working man has no hope anymore in this country. All the tax breaks corporations got in the last 4 years, and still no living wage jobs. corporate welfare needs to stop, all they do is take and Take then outsource our jobs . They destroyed the unions and now we have no leverage, they do what they want with us.

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Lupe. V Ramirez

Don't give let him apply at different jobs I am 82 yrs old and worked till covid now am looking for work never never give up go in to a job with his head up high smile be positive !!!!! Apply at Lowes home Depot good luck God bless you you will get a job

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Bennett Lynch

Maybe time to retire?

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Tashia Reynolds

Tell your dad that my Uncle lost his job too and he was working at a company for 25 years and COVID was the cause for lay offs. My Uncle just kept on looking and applying. It took a little while but he got a job that he likes even better. Good luck to your dad!!!

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Kimberly Reed

That sucks I am sorry to hear that.

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Fay de Guzman

DON’T GIVE UP ! KEEP ON LOOKING FOR A JOB AND NEVER GIVE UP ! THE JOB WILL NOT LOOK FOR YOU , YOU HAVE TO LOOK FOR THEM !!!

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Dan Cochran

Have him keep his hopes up and stay positive. Something else will come along.

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