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Seniors Seeking Employment


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  • Website: American Senior Communities
  • Resource type: Blog

Summary - The message of this resource is:

It is very common nowadays for seniors to be working well into retirement. Use this resource for tips on getting back into the workforce, some of them include updating your resume, practicing interview questions and volunteering to build skills for a specific position.


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Keywords

independence, financial stability, new career, healthy aging


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Step 1 - Evidence-based

Is this information reliable, based on scientific research?


Step 2 - Transparency

Is it clear who developed the resource and how?


Step 3 - Usability

Is the information easy to understand and easy to use?


Rated on: 5/7/2019 9:26:23 AM

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