@Laraine Corpuz Hello Laraine, do you have any remote work experience? You will find it difficult to find a role without some, however, it’s not impossible. First, you’ll want to ensure you have an Applicant Tracking System compliant resume to give yourself the best chance of being noticed. Next try utilizing an internet search or the Jobcase job board I’ve known many that have had much success with this. Finally, aim to shoot out at least five resumes per day or 25 per week. My method isn’t fool proof but with it you should be able to at least lock down an interview. Hope this helps and good luck 👍🏼
Check Apple- they had a virtual program - tech support - hiring students.
Please reply my post if you know of any recruitment
I noticed your Jobcase profile isn’t complete. I would recommend creating a profile here on Jobcase and adding your experience and job interests. This allows Jobcase to send you notifications regarding job openings that match your profile. You can also use this link to search for jobs in your area: https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search
First, I have no desire to “age-proof” my resume - I am a healthy & active almost 64 YO with pandemic-inspired natural white hair AND 40 years of experience, climbing that ladder to an exec-level position with a solid salary.
After the small company I helped launch and grow was recently acquired by private equity, I assisted with the transition and “retired.” I have a few months’ consulting agreement. My goals are more time with family, freedom, less pressure. And much less work. I want to work PT, and the job market is so good that I am not likely taking a job from someone who needs it more.
I have no clue where to go from being VP of a small company where I wore 10 “hats” - HR & Benefits, accounting, contract review & negotiation (inactive attorney), high level customer service, pitched in wherever needed, and since the pandemic, worked and managed productively.
My son suggested I prepare 3 resumes - one for each of my experience areas - (1) legal research, writing, and editing. (2) Human Resources, payroll and benefits admin, (3) bookkeeping, accounting, and local, state and federal business compliance.
Thoughts? I want to make enough to postpone drawing social security until full retirement age - about 3 years out. I do not expect or even want the kind of salary I was making.
I think your son is right: Prepare the three resumes & explain that you have not an inkling to retire soon. I think all places risk losing their older workers to retirement & don't want to invest in them. Sadly, ageism exists. But I'm hoping you beat the odds. Good luck!
Freedom from working FT is awfully nice! If I can afford it...
I am looking for part-time remote work with 15 to 20 hours a week at the most. It has to be work I can do after 5pm weekdays and anytime in weekends. I can't train weekdays during business hours. I have a full-time daytime job already. I need extra money to pay for school tuition. #jobsearch #workfromhome #part-time