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Steven Ransom
over 1 year ago
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Age-Proofing Your Resume. ...

AARP now offers a bit of resume advice and professional writing service to help baby boomers feel more comfortable applying and interviewing for new jobs.

  • Writing a resume can be difficult for everyone, but for those 50 years of age or older, it can be even more difficult. Maybe they've been out of the workforce for some time, or they haven't been able to keep up with the latest processes and technologies.

The good news is that AARP and TopResume have partnered to help those in that age group.

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Jennifer Hodge
almost 2 years ago
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Are you 55+ and looking for a job? Check out the resources at AARP for free!

AARP Foundation's SCSEP helps make connections between 55+ job seekers and employers. For more than 45 years, AARP Foundation's SCSEP has been providing employers with pre-screened, qualified candidates to fill vacant positions with no cost or risk to the employer https://jobs.aarp.org/

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marie Krekora
about 1 year ago
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Careers

Hi I’m Marie and I have my opinions about your current situation. The AARP folks are there to make your second half of your life more of a friendly experience into your life experience as an mature adult. Enrollment and membership has its perks and business experience in the social and business aspect of older adults. That’s why I’m excited about it and want to pass this amazing experience on to you.

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Donya Smith
almost 3 years ago
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Congratulation

I too am 55 yrs. old and lost my job in June 2017. Still looking but I also went to AARP while waiting and seeking for employment. AARP will hire people 55 yrs and older. The pay is minimum wage and part time but it beats not having nothing at all. I was enrolled on Thursday and they usually send you to an assignment right away. While I am working for them I will continue to look for full-time permanent work.

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AARP's Free Online Workshop - Managing the Jobsearch for People Over 50

Starting this Wednesday, Jobcase will be supporting a free, online workshop for older workers who are seeking jobs in the midst of the corona crisis! In partnership with AARP, Encore Boston, the City of Boston, and others, we'll be providing a free, 5 week webinar, starting on May 20th, sharing job-seeking basics, tips, strategies, and support align with challenges faced by jobseekers 50+!

Free registration here: https://states.aarp.org/massachusetts/mastering-the-job-search-for-people-over-50

There's a new topic each Wednesday and workshop participants will be here, in this jobcase group, to discuss the workshop and answer additional questions that may arise after (or before) each session.

Provided by AARP Mass, ENCORE BOSTON NETWORK INC, Jobcase, Inc., City of Boston, Operation ABLE, MassHire Downtown Boston Career Center, Boston Medical Center (BMC), Commonwealth of Massachusetts Exec office of Elder Affairs, and others | #ageism #free #boston #jobs #aarp #olderworkers #strongertogether #agestrong #workfromhome #coronavirus #interview #jobsearch

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Alberta Straughter
almost 3 years ago
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What I loved working at #AARP

Helping the customers

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Alberta Straughter
almost 3 years ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #CustomerServiceRepresentative at #AARP ...

Thought I put my phone on not receiving calls but when I came back a customer was on the line

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Jennifer Hodge
almost 2 years ago
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Are you 55+ and looking for a job? Check out the resources at AARP for free!

AARP Foundation's SCSEP helps make connections between 55+ job seekers and employers. For more than 45 years, AARP Foundation's SCSEP has been providing employers with pre-screened, qualified candidates to fill vacant positions with no cost or risk to the employer https://jobs.aarp.org/

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Sharon Hallback
over 2 years ago
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AARP SCSEP was a rewarding and great environment to be in.

I enjoyed very much assisting 55+ population to gain new employable skills as well as learn a lot of helpful skills that benefited me. SCSEP is a wonderful program. Thanks for the opportunity to have been a participant in SCSEP.

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Lois Martin
over 1 year ago
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McDonald's teams with AARP to promote job opportunities for older workers

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