50+ Job Seekers in MA

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Tools & Guidance

by | Nov 7, 2019

WAHVE: WAHVE is a unique contract staffing talent solution that brings companies and pretiring professionals together across the country to meet their work needs. Companies get the right matched talent and vintage experts get to extend their careers working from home. https://wahve.com

Jooble: is an international job search website used daily by millions of people in 71 countries.
The company has been operating in the online recruitment market since 2006. In its 14 years of existence, the company has gone from a startup founded by two students to a global employment platform. Today, Jooble is among the TOP-3 websites in the world in terms of traffic in the Jobs And Career segment, according to similar Web. https://jooble.org

ENCORE: We are creating a COMMUNITY that treats the viewpoints, wisdom and contributions of people of all ages and backgrounds with HONOR; that brings innovators, visionaries, leaders, practitioners, partners, individuals and colleagues together for LEARNING and seeking common-sense SOLUTIONS; and where the power of young and old is a source of OPTIMISM that together we can create a better future for future generations. https://encore.org
AARP: AARP represents the needs of nearly 38 million members with lifestyles and political views as diverse as any group in the United States. Developing public policy recommendations that serve such diversity is a formidable task. We concentrate on the issues most important to those in the 50+ community as they age: economic security; health care; access to affordable, quality long-term care; creating and maintaining livable communities; consumer protections; caregiving; and ensuring that our democracy works better for all.   AARP

NextAvenue:  public media’s first national journalism service for America’s booming older population. Their daily content delivers vital ideas, context and perspectives on issues that matter most as we age. Their mission is to meet the needs and unleash the potential of older Americans through the power of media.  www.nextavenue.org/

TheBalanceCareers: makes navigating your career easier. It’s home to experts who provide clear, practical advice on job searching, resume, writing, salary negotiations and other career planning topics. Their 20-year strong library of over 10,000 pieces of content will help you. www.thecareerbalance.com

What’sNext:  believe it’s possible for people to find and create a career path that is financially, emotionally, and even spiritually rewarding. Their mission is to re-invent the way people choose and find work by giving them the tools they need to create a rewarding, future-proof, and satisfying career path. The site provides online assessment tools, calculators, career guides, books, lots of articles filled with expert content, and career coaches – all available to help you figure out how to create the life you want. www.whatsnext.com

RetiredBrains:  As the name implies, Retired Brains is a job resource created by retired brains for retired brains. It has an impressive amount of quality information on finding temporary or seasonal jobs, as well as starting your own business, working from home, writing your resume, finding full-time work, and continuing your education. And all the information is geared for the 55+ audience.  www.retiredbrains.com

RetirementJobs: geared towards helping you fight age bias, their goal is to identify companies most-suited to older workers and match them with active, productive, conscientious, mature adults seeking a job or project that matches their lifestyle. Whether seeking to supplement your income, a new challenge, a way to get out and meet people, or another reason, this site might be for you! www.retirementjobs.com

Workforce50: For the 50+ workforce, Workforce50.com has jobs and information to help navigate your job search or a search for a new direction. It provides content, job search functions, and a list of favorite age-friendly employers by industry. It also gives you the ability to sign up for job alerts. Not quite sure what’s next? Experts cover topics from finding your life’s purpose, to raising grandchildren, avoiding mistakes on LinkedIn or strategic résumé writing for a less than perfect work history. www.workforce50.com

The Muse: want to help you build a career you love. Get practical advice on finding a job, exploring different career paths, and succeeding in the job you already have. www.themuse.com

Jobscan: Over 90% of large companies use Applicant Tracking Systems [ATS]. These systems analyze resumes to surface candidates that best match the position, but qualified applicants slip through the cracks. When James Hu found himself on the job hunt in 2013, he discovered that the powerful resume portals that companies were using for hiring were simply parsing, ranking, and filtering resumes with an algorithm based on keywords. He built Jobscan from scratch to automate the process and now it can help you get noticed. www.jobscan.com

Zety: Since 2016, Zety has helped millions of job seekers worldwide find employment. With a rapidly growing community of more than 40 million readers a year, Zety is one of the world’s fastest growing career advice website.
From resume and interview advice to networking, our guides have been recognized by over 200 universities and organizations worldwide. They help job seekers write resumes and cover letters, and improve their chances of landing a job. Zety is powered by a team of 10 career experts featured in Forbes, Financial Times, CareerBuilder, and Glassdoor. https://zety.com/