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I subscribe to employment forums @ various websites, & I read remarks mentioning AARP help specifically or @ least some kind of education help . . . you know, funds for further education in fields in which we have experience and/or degrees. Anybody know anything about his supposed help? I had no help @ a local (Cleveland, OH area) reemployment center when I am aware of other persons (younger) getting into programs to complete nursing degrees . . . I have a degree & experience in the medical field, albeit veterinary medicine, & no one offered any kind of continued instruction that could help me pursue employment in radiology or pharmacology or medical laboratory or physician's assistant or anesthesiology even though I have 12 + years doing all that & more. There are references to all kinds of continuing education funds in posts but there doesn't seem to be any reality in any of it. Is this like the good intention memos circulated @ workplaces w/no basis in the reality of the jobsite or articles about how to retain workers when most businesses have no intention of keeping any employees more than a decade (or until you are making more money than it costs to hire someone new) or (my favorite) seminars about employees behaving badly when the descriptions of so called bad employee behavior is a reflection of the way that management behaves & treats employees regularly? Well, I worked at a vortex to hell work site created by an owner/manager who warmed a pew every Sunday . . .
Well, at St. John's Mercy here in St. Louis, we strive to hire anyone that we feel fit for any tye of talent they have. And yes, we do have some opening online for your talents. The Radiology department staff states that they once in a while get someone that is nearly 50 working for them. Now, if you plan to move to St. Louis, St. John's Mercy would love to have you.
1. Log onto stjohnsmercy.org.
2. Click on "Get a Job".
3. Then with a couple of clicks, you are there and ready to rock and roll.