6 Ways to Jump-Start Your Job Search www.aarp.org/work/job-hunting/info-11-2012
If you’re thinking about changing jobs next year, now is the time to start planning
The year finishes fast. November slips past in the blink of an eye. Theholidays race in with a whirl of celebrations, shopping and travel.
Then the inevitable moment arrives when we pause and, with determination, plan for the New Year, with a list of goals and a dollop of dreams.
Great Jobs for Everyone 50+
Check out AARP jobs expert Kerry Hannon'slatest book Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy … and Pays the Bills. Visit the AARP Bookstore to learn more.
If you're in the market for a new job— either part time or full — now is the time to write an action list. This is vital if you're in the midst of a career transition, planning for one, or building a new business in your second act.
Here are six ways to get started.
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