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Cynthia’s articles will focus on the “big questions” that come up when you’re thinking about transitioning to the nonprofit sector or social impact space… but that you may never have been comfortable asking out loud! These vignettes will tell the stories of job seekers like you and give you a glimpse into their worries and concerns, while revealing at-the-moment advice and insights you can use today.
When I reached out to Victoria to let her know we’d be publishing her letter, she replied with a couple of other ideas she wanted to share. I invite you all to try out these two suggestions and see how things shift in your job search.
On top of the applications and interviews, Longworth had to contend with the financial and social challenges that often come with trying to make a career switch over the age of 60.
While we’ve shared some tips and resources for job seekers over 50 in the past, there are tons of great organizations and websites out there offering additional support.
It isn’t easy for job seekers over the age of 50, and there are plenty of articles offering advice for conquering the “age factor.” While there is career advice available for any and all job seekers, many argue that those looking for work after 50 have a different experience than their younger peers.
Question from a reader: “I saw Kate Horner’s video. It was inspiring. Her suggestions seem good but I’m wondering how well they’ll work for someone who is 50+. Do older job seekers need a different approach?”
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