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April 10, 2016
How To Stay Positive Job Searching After 50
I can’t shake this lyric from Carole King’s song Beautiful out of my mind: You’ve got to get up every morning with a smile on your face. And show the world all the love in your heart. Then people gonna treat you better…
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April 5, 2016
How to Get a Job Working From Home
According to a survey we conducted at FlexJobs last year, 76 percent of people prefer to work outside the office to get important tasks done and 47 percent would rather work part-time than full-time. So how can you find a part-time, work-from-home job? Below, Brandon McTavish, head of talent acquisition at Rosetta Stone, and Elizabeth Grice, director of corporate communications at TeleTech (two companies on our100 Top Companies for Remote Jobs list in 2016 and at the forefront of telecommuting and flexible work), share three tips
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March 17, 2016
Nine Business Book Takeaways That Can Help Your Startup
Whether you’re new to entrepreneurship or been at it for a while, these ideas from noted business books can help you reach your goals:
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March 14, 2016
Older Drivers Hit the Road for Uber and Lyft
When Carol Sue Johnson, 73, wheels her silver Mazda S.U.V. out of her driveway in suburban Minneapolis, she doesn’t know how much money she will make driving for the ride-hailing service Uber, but she’s sure she will have an adventure. From Our Advertisers Her passengers run the gamut, she said, from three visiting Chinese business executives who were surprised to see a female driver, to teenagers needing a ride to hockey practices or games.
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January 5, 2016
Over 50, Female and Jobless Even as Others Return to Work
The latest signs of an improving economy were good enough to help persuade the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade. But the better job market is not good enough to land Chettie McAfee a job. Laid off at the start of the recession from the diagnostic testing firm in Seattle where she spent more than three decades, Ms. McAfee, 58, has not worked since 2007. “I’ve been applying and applying and applying,” said Ms. McAfee, who has relied on her savings and family to get by as she fights off attempts to foreclose on her home. At interviews, she said, “They ask, ‘Why has it been so long?’”
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