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Starting a page for Eldergarten purposes.

Interesting article.

When we bury XP we also need to bid farewell to the old certainties about technology too.
zdnet.com
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Please respond! Does anyone go to this site?

Please respond! Does anyone go to this site?

Please respond! Does anyone go to this site?

Thinking about reviving this place as a general information site for we older persons, not just job advice.

Still snowing...
Ready for spring.

April 4, 2013This is why your resume was rejectedTweetI stumbled across a very interesting infographic today that I had to share. It details reasons why resumes (commonly known as CVs overseas) are rejected. As I reviewed it, I speculated how closely it mirrored the attitude of recruiters here in th...
therecruiterslounge.com

They say that nobody will read the 2500 plus pages of "Obamacare", but it is out there.

The Affordable Care Act puts in place comprehensive health reforms that enhance the quality of health care for all Americans. Read the law at HealthCare.gov to learn more.
healthcare.gov

Anyone want to take over as administrator of this site? It would still be called "Boomers on Line" but the headers and profile can be changed to suit your needs. I have been reassigned and I don't think I will be able to put any time here. In its present state it is easy to do; all I have been doing is putting interesting links here that I find while browsing every day. Time commitment of half hour a day, tops. If interested email me at softwarehank@hotmail.com

Interesting chart included.

Also: What's the most-common job in government?
theatlantic.com

I have not gone to this site, but it looks pretty cool. If anyone goes there, please send us a report.

You may have noticed that I have a thing for online résumé creators. In the past, I’ve looked at SlashCV – a simple tool for creating PDF résumés – and Enthuse.me, which is more like an online portfolio of your past work and your online presence. But my quest is far from over. As I’ve already mentio...
makeuseof.com

Hang in there Barbara!

Rumors have been flying about Barbara Walters retiring. She had a recent bout with chicken pox and many are wondering when the 83-year-old icon will retire. Whi
babyboomermedia.com

80% of job openings are not posted on line.

While the Internet has made it easy to apply for work, career experts say that offline networking efforts to meet people and get introductions are a far more effective way to land jobs
online.wsj.com

This is a pretty good TRUE or FALSE assessment. Try it.

Fulfillment in life is related to how well you are living in alignment with what’s truly important to you. Do your decisions emerge from the essence of who
careerchangeforboomers.com

This article has been circulated around a bit so you may have seen it already. It is very good, so it's worthy of a second posting.

Having recently gone through an employment change at 55, I battled my own demons as I thought about the possibility that somebody would actually hire me, versus the options a potential employer has to fill their openings with someone younger and cheaper.
thestaffingstream.com

This is a little off topic but many of ytou have been victims of a Facebook hoax: "Comment [something] and watch what happens."
Nothing happens. Don't do it.

Have you seen the magic trick on Facebook that asks you to type “jump” to see what happens – but you still can’t figure out what the trick is? Read on and we’ll straighten it out.
wafflesatnoon.com

We get in the habit of looking online because we always have a computer in front of us. Stop it! Get out and look around.

While the Internet has made it easy to apply for work, career experts say that offline networking efforts to meet people and get introductions are a far more effective way to land jobs
online.wsj.com