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Title:
The age advantage : making the most of your midlife career transition
Author:
Walker, Jean Erickson.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Berkley, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
viii, 322 pages ; 21 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780425176450
Format :
Book

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Summary

More and more people are making mid-life career changes-and with these changes come new challenges. Maybe it's been years since they've conducted a job search or written a resume. Or maybe they're not sure how to sell their skills and experience in today's job market-even though this hard-won wisdom is exactly what makes them so valuable to employers. In The Age Advantage , Jean Erickson Walker addresses issues unique to the mid-life career change, so readers can market themselves with confidence. Beyond the detailed, practical advice on networking, interviewing or even launching your own business, this is an inspiring book that reminds readers that despite the fear and uncertainty involved in transitions, their experience is proven and their choices are many.


Table of Contents

Introduction: The New Midlife Crisisp. 1
1. Dealing with Change and Transitionp. 11
2. Career Options and Lifestyle Choicesp. 25
3. Twelve Ground Rules Before You Begin the Job Searchp. 41
4. Assessing Your Career Interestsp. 67
5. Powerful Midlife Resumesp. 93
6. Casting the Netp. 135
7. The Art of Interviewing at Midlifep. 153
8. Creating a Win-Win Situationp. 181
9. The Oldest New Kid on the Blockp. 201
10. Owning Your Own Businessp. 215
11. Consultingp. 245
12. Today's Retirement--A Time of Choicesp. 271
13. Career Entrepreneurp. 291
Indexp. 311

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