Tim Robberts/Getty Images
Want to find a new job or part-time work, make a career change, or start a business in the new year?
AARP's Work & Jobs Experts are available to you in the AARP Online Community to give you personalized career advice and answer your questions.
Learn How to Be a Savvy Job Hunter
Looking for a new job in the new year? Are you prepared for a phone or in-person interview? Are you using Social Media in your search? Discuss your job search with an AARP career expert.
Heather Tinsley-Fix is a Senior Advisor at AARP, where she helps drive AARP’s focus on providing members and the 50+ with the tools they need to thrive in today’s work environment.
Part-Time Work, Work from Home, and Second Careers
If you prefer to work part-time, want a side gig or work from home job to earn some extra cash, or are looking to launch a second career, this is your chance to get practical tips and advice from a subject matter expert.
Susan Weinstock, vice president of financial resilience programming, is responsible for the overall strategic direction of AARP programs and education competencies to improve the financial security of persons age 50 and older.
Learn how to thrive in the type of work arrangement you want.
Age Discrimination in Job Search and the Workplace
Have you experienced age discrimination?
Laurie McCann is a Senior Attorney with AARP Foundation Litigation where her principal responsibilities include litigation and amicus curiae (impartial advisor) participation for AARP on a broad range of age discrimination and other employment issues.
So You Want to Start a Small Business?
Have you ever dreamed of working for yourself or being your own boss? Got an idea for a side hustle? Wherever you are on the path to entrepreneurship, AARP is here to help.
Felicia Brown is leading AARP’s small business initiative to educate aspiring entrepreneurs. Ask her about your business ideas, writing a business plan, sources of funding and more.