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Using the right tools can help start your business and keep it afloat. RetirementJobs.com and Seniorjobbank.com are good ones, but someone that is young like in thier 20s could see the jobs that are open. And that causes the job sites to not do what it is intended to do. Seniors4Hire.org has better security on the site. You are offered a password, and those job seekers over the age of 50 with membership can gain access to those jobs. Compainrg prices also is a good move. With today's economy in the shape it's in, compairing prices is the best move of all. That way, you can sign up for the membership that has the best prices.
Not sure that this hasn't been covered before, but here's a thought..
When creating my Human Resources Advisory/Consultancy business, I put together an advisory team of 5 personal friends, yet highly respected business professionals in their own right, whom I trusted and respected,to give me good practical advice on strategic and tactical business concepts. No not a board of directors, just people who would sit around the kitchen table and help me steer the direction of my business. No nonsense (or no bull), just straight and honest words of wisdom.
I would recommend this approach to anyone who is sincere about starting a business, it really helps.