Career changes are daunting for everyone—but if you’re several decades into your working life, entering a new field can feel even more overwhelming. The good news is there’s hardly ever been a better job market for late-career switches. Workforce researchers…
Workers and job seekers age 55 and older have dealt with an especially challenging job market during the pandemic.
As the recovery continues, there are excellent opportunities for 55+ workers to obtain reemployment and improve their working conditions.
Want to improve the impression you make in your job search or advance in your current job?
Earning one or more professional certification demonstrates your subject matter knowledge and skill, as well as your motivation to add a credential to your qualifications.
Thriving in a workplace culture can be a happy accident-or a well-planned success.
Learn how to match your work values to a workplace culture.
Changing circumstances in the economy may be making self-employment a more intriguing option to consider, and there are plenty of helpful training and information resources to help you explore the possibilities.
Learn how to organize an online networking event to share job leads, generate business ideas, and more.
It’s the middle of December, and there’s no reason to think this December will differ from nearly every December on record: the New Year will be here before you know it.
What a great time to get started on your New Year’s career goals.
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If you’re in your fifties, sixties, or seventies and planning to keep working for a while, you’re in good company.
Check out these five careers that are in-demand and well suited to workers with transferable skills from other jobs.
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Looking to boost your career by earning a certification that employers value?
CareerOneStop has recently updated its in-demand certification list.
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Have you ever asked yourself: “What would it be like to do work I am really passionate about?”
And the natural follow up question: “How do I find a job like that?”