skills

Post image for KAA-Boom Success Stories: An Interview with Leonard K.

Everyone has a story, I personally find the stories of boomers most interesting because you never know what you’re going to get.  The days are gone when a person would work thirty plus years at the same menial job, reach age 65 and promptly check themselves into a senior’s residence to say goodnight. A great [...]

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Post image for KAA-Boom Success Stories: An Interview with Pam T.

Everyone has a story.  Who you are, the city you grew up in, your first job, first love, marriage, kids – these are just some of the unique milestones that make us up as people, and no two stories are the quite the same.  I took to the street this past week to interview baby [...]

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Post image for When the Interviewer is Younger than Your Own Kids

If you’re a working KAA-Boomer (born between 1946 and 1964), you may have noticed that the people who are making significant business decisions are getting younger and younger. Many older job seekers now regularly find themselves being interviewed by recruiters or managers who are 20 years younger than they are – often the same age [...]

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Post image for Market your transferrable skills and land the job you want

Whether you’re 20 or 60, looking for a new job can be intimidating and ego-deflating. You may think, “I’ve done the same job for 15 years…I can’t do anything else” or “I’ve been a stay-at-home mom. I don’t have any work skills.” Or even, “I’ve been in a blue-collar job since my 20s…I don’t have [...]

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