Posted Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Half a million jobs were lost last month across the United States, and statistics suggest older workers are particularly hard hit. Baby boomers do have the edge when it comes to experience and skills but with higher salaries and higher health care costs, many companies have been putting them first on the chopping block. So how can out-of-work aging adults compete in the most competitive job market in 80 years? Wednesday morning at 9, we'll get advice from front lines, the unemployment line and the experts.
For information on Chagrin Valley Job Seekers
Greg Reynolds 440-248-2181
Jim Grant 440-248-6042
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