225 Best Jobs for Baby Boomers

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JIST Works, 2007 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
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This reference helps the economy's largest population group uncover their best job options, including new careers, part-time work, more interesting work, self-employment, and more. In just two easy steps, baby boomers can quickly find their ideal career. They browse more than 75 "best jobs" lists (including unique lists based on age-sensitive abilities, including strength, hearing, memorization, reaction time, and night vision) to find jobs that interest them and learn more about these positions in information-packed job descriptions. The book also includes specific best jobs lists for three age ranges: younger boomers, mid-boomers, and older boomers.225 Best Jobs for Baby Boomers contains a unique section with an eye-opening narrative that helps baby boomers make good career decisions and transitions as they learn to recognize what makes a career satisfying for this phase of their life. Benefits, age discrimination, and retirement are covered.

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Farr and Shatkin's (300 Best Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree) job guide for baby boomers is divided into three comprehensive sections. "It's Never Too Late To Change Your Career" offers an overview of ... Read full review


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Its Never Too Late to Change
The Best Jobs Lists Jobs with a Percentage of Baby Boomers Very useful for The KnowledgeBased Approach l7 What About Retirement?

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Michael Farr is a best-selling author of more than 20 books, multi-award winner, and founder of JIST Publishing. Farr was instrumental in the self-directed career planning and job search movement, and he continues to be recognized as an expert in the field of job search and career building. Farr's techniques for a better and faster job search have been adopted by job search and career placement programs throughout the United States. He has trained more than 6,000 instructors and trainers in numerous workshops and presentations across the United States and Canada. Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., is one of the U.S.'s leading occupational experts and appears regularly on national news programs and in major print publications to share his expertise about trends in the world of work. He is a Senior Product Developer at JIST Publishing, has 30 years of experience in the career information field, and is an award-winning career information systems developer.

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