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job search tips/workplace trends
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At a recent job search seminar, job seekers ages 45 to 60 had a number of questions about their resumes, searching for jobs, interviewing and much more. Many job seekers, young and old, are frustrated by the results they are getting.
The bottom line is no matter what your age you have to be creative, bold and determined in the job search. And you have to do the things others aren’t to stand out. Go above and beyond to get results.
But there are also many little tricks to incorporate into your job search that are sure to help improve your results. Kent Johnson, area manager of the professional and technical staffing sectors for the Minneapolis branch of Kelly Services offers these tips to help any job seeker, especially those older job seekers looking for an advantage:
About Matt Krumrie
In addition to writing resumes and cover letters, Krumrie has published over 2,000 career and job search articles for the Star Tribune, Flexjobs.com, Ziprecruiter.com and more.