Age-Proof Your Résumé
Searching for a new job is challenging, regardless of how old you are. However, if you are 50 or older, you may face some additional hurdles. Here are three ways to age-proof your résumé and land the right job.
AARP’s Decades-Long Fight Against Age Discrimination
Seventy-eight percent of workers ages 40 to 65 have seen or experienced age discrimination at work. AARP will keep fighting age discrimination for you.
AARP and Shark Tank’s Daymond John Support National Black Business Month
Daymond John highlights the resiliency of black-owned businesses and AARP’s resources to help launch, manage and grow your business. Check out smallbizrc.org today.
Redesigning Work for a Hybrid Workforce
Listen to best practices and alternative solutions to support employees in the office and at home.
Fighting for What’s Right
When college instructors Julie Taaffe and Kathy Moon were forced out of their jobs because of age discrimination, our legal team took their employer to court. Now they are back where they belong.
What to Say When Your Friend Loses Their Job
Comforting a friend who has lost a job can be tough, so etiquette expert Elaine Swann offers advice on what you can say to help.
Daymond John’s Tips for Starting a Business
The businessman, investor and Shark Tank star shares pointers to help first-time entrepreneurs.
Personal Shopper Handles Groceries With Care
Raymond P. is an Instacart shopper who takes pride in bringing essential goods right to customers’ front doors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tractor Trailer Driver Delivers COVID-19 Vaccine
A month after losing his dad to the coronavirus, Todd Elble drove truckloads of vaccine the first leg of its journey to people around the country.
Nevada Nurse Travels the Country to Help COVID Patients
Susan Yowell is a travel nurse based out of Nevada who has traversed the country to help patients and support hospital staff in COVID hot spots.
Navigating the New Normal of Going to the Office
Office spaces and interactions with coworkers have changed during the coronavirus pandemic, so we asked for advice from etiquette and health experts.
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