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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
If you are over the age of 40, do you ever feel that your age is fighting against you when you are looking for a job or changing careers? In today's marketplace, it can seem like it's the millennials vs the aging, but aging can work to your benefit, you just need to know how to make it work. In Over the Hill But Not the Cliff: Strategies for 50+ Job Seekers to Push Past Ageism and Find a Job in the Loyalty-Free Workplace, Lori B. Rassas will provide you with the tips, tricks and best practices to strategically plan the steps necessary to overcome ageism obstacles. Lori B. Rassas is an employment attorney, consultant and coach who has worked on both the employee and employer's side of the fence which has provided Lori B. Rassas with a more enriched and robust learning experience to pass onto you, the reader.
Immediately upon reading Over the Hill But Not the Cliff and reviewing the AARP video, everything came to light. Growing up, I would hear about the aging population and employees being forced out of their jobs, but never knew why. In Over the Hill But Not the Cliff, you are given several examples and scenarios of how the employers may play their hand and how you can benefit from it. Even though Lori B. Rassas focuses on the 50+ age group, there are some industries that feel once you leave your 30s you are aging. But let's be realistic - people are living longer and better lives and, as they say, 50s are the new 40s. Each chapter in Over the Hill But Not the Cliff will provide you with the tools necessary to help you get the job, whether it's for more financial stability or the dream job you've always wanted. Happy hunting!