“To Age Well, Change How You Feel About Aging” From WSJ

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  “Negative stereotypes about getting older can become a self-fulfilling prophecy.” Editor’s Note: Theory—Thinking bad thoughts about the aging process could actually be doing you harm according to this article in the Wall St. Journal. The article discusses the positive effects of aging and how to embrace the process.From the article: Scientists aren’t sure exactly how holding…

Share Now: What Not to Say to Older Co-Workers

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4 Ageist Phrases to Quit Saying at The Office from U.S. News & World Report (Editor’s Note) As people delay retirement, It is becoming more important to bridge the gap between generations at the workplace. In this article in U.S.News and World Report, Susannah Snider discusses how thoughtless comments made by co-workers can be ageist and hurtful. Although the…

NYT: Job Hunting in the Digital Age

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(Editor’s Note) This article, from The New York Times by Tara Siegel Bernard, is targeting a younger audience, but the message is applicable to job seekers of all ages. It is important to understand that 21st century technology has changed job hunting strategies. If you are in a career transition and not paying attention to sites liked Linkedin or to keywords in your resume,…

Over 50, Female and Jobless – New York Times Reports

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Over 50, salve Female and Jobless, cialis Even as Others Return to Work Editors Note: Patricia Cohen, there New York Times Writer, chronicles the downward spiral of women job hunters in the last decade from findings revealed in a new study on long-term unemployment from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Ten years ago, less than 25% of the…