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Job search tool for workers 50+
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This AARP Foundation program connects 50+ workers with the information, training, support, work experience, and employer access they need to get back into the workforce.
AARP TEK stands for Technology Education and Knowledge. It’s a comprehensive hands-on technology education program specifically geared towards the 50+ audience.
Operated by the US Department of Labor, this is the nation's oldest program to help low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55+ find work.
A national effort to connect job seekers to employers that value and are hiring experienced workers to help companies solve their current and future staffing challenges.
This 2015 study reveals that experienced workers provide value to employers through high engagement, lower turnover, strong work ethic and professionalism.
A Public Policy Institute multiyear initiative to examine the new work reality, discuss how workers can adapt to the challenges of today and be prepared for the workplace of tomorrow.
Caregiving can be stressful. Read Amy Goyer's "Juggling Work and Caregiving" to learn the day-to-day coping techniques best suited for caregivers
Read Ken Blanchard and Morton Shaevitz's "Refire Don't Retire" for a humorous and practical guide on how to lead a fulfilling second half of life
Get the latest how-to guide "Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy ... And Pays the Bills" to find profitable, fulfilling work after 50
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