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Job Hunting After 50, by Carol Silvis, Course Technology, Boston, MA, 2012
Silvis’ book explains new job-hunting tools, gives tips for creating effective resumes and offers job seekers over 50 the best strategies to use in their employment search.
Whoever Tells the Best Story Wins, by Annette Simmons, AMACOM, New York, NY 2007
Learn how to use your own stories to market yourself. Simmons provides a process for finding, developing, and using personal stories to craft focused and targeted messages that project your own individual unique niche.
When I’m 64: Planning For the Best of Your Life, by Marvin Tolkin, Tributary Press, New York, NY, 2009
Tolkin’s book offers tips and makes suggestions in a practical, down-to-earth way that helps readers discover how they can lead a happy and fulfilled life exactly as they dreamed it should be. A planning book for the last third of life.
Finding a Job After 50: Reinvent Yourself for the 21st Century, by Jeannette Woodward, Career Press, Franklin Lakes, NJ, 2007
Woodward considers this book a person’s “guerilla guide” to a job search. She provides the tools needed to be competitive and ways to prove you are the best person for the job.
Senior Employment Resources (SER) helps people over 50 find employment. SER provides resume advice, teaches job search skills, and provides job leads for seniors.