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How to prepare your finances now for life after COVID-19
This article is authored by Andrew Dunbar, Director of Apt Wealth, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Apt Wealth’s website. As restrictions start to lift and life begins to look a little more like it used to, it’s important to be prepared for changing financial goalsContinue reading “How to prepare your finances now for life after COVID-19”
What will work look like when we’re finally allowed back into the office?
With the news recently that the WHO has recorded the largest ever single day increase in coronavirus cases, we’re all solemnly reminded that the pandemic is, unfortunately, far from over. Yet as countries worldwide look to restart their economies and businesses and governments alike discuss the prospect of returning to office work, we have toContinue reading “What will work look like when we’re finally allowed back into the office?”
5 things you could do today to make yourself irresistible to employers
This article is authored and submitted to us by Debra Close of Flourishing Works, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. In this current climate, are you rethinking your work or career? You may have lost your job in the current crisis. Or, having spent a lot of time at home you may haveContinue reading “5 things you could do today to make yourself irresistible to employers”
We often say that work isn’t about money. But what will COVID pay cuts do to staff motivation and engagement?
Every single workplace study in the last decade or so has pointed to one immutable fact: when it comes to staff engagement, money doesn’t motivate. Money, if mentioned at all, is one on a long list of things that employees want from their jobs, but oftentimes, they are much more motivated by flexible work options,Continue reading “We often say that work isn’t about money. But what will COVID pay cuts do to staff motivation and engagement?”
Do we finally have the opportunity to get retirement right?
The coronavirus pandemic has had the strange effect of making things in life the opposite of what they’ve always been. In the day and age of mass global transportation, for example, none of us would have imagined a world where we were told – and forced – not to leave our own homes. Likewise, afterContinue reading “Do we finally have the opportunity to get retirement right?”
The 5 benefits your people need during this crisis
For many, 2020 has been far from the professional year they’d hoped. Between the Australian bushfires and Brexit, many employees the world over were already under pressure – yet now, it’s a completely different ballgame. The coronavirus pandemic has hit the world like a tonne of bricks, and its impacts are being felt everywhere. AsContinue reading “The 5 benefits your people need during this crisis”
A financial advisor lets us in on all the working from home expenses we can deduct come tax time
This article is originally published by Vogue. The health-saving precautions we’ve had to swiftly adopt since word of the Covid-19 pandemic first reached our shores have certainly seen a number of knock-on effects impacting our lives on a wider scale past any immediate threats to our wellbeing. Homeschooling is the new norm for those with school-aged children, virtually communicating with family and lovedContinue reading “A financial advisor lets us in on all the working from home expenses we can deduct come tax time”
Will we soon see a Great Reset of people’s careers?
Careers are funny things. When we reflect on them, we can always tell a narrative; explain how one opportunity seamlessly turned into the next until we reach an endgame. Yet when we’re living them, they can feel like a different experience entirely. Often we find ourselves happily meandering; jumping from one job to the nextContinue reading “Will we soon see a Great Reset of people’s careers?”
As ‘paralysis’ subsides, employers weigh up next steps
This article is originally published by Shortlist. Business conditions remain uncharted territory but employers are now emerging from a period of immobility and contemplating how to move their talent strategy through a COVID-19 environment. “I’m finding that organisations that weren’t at the forefront [of talent management], are just getting their plans in place now,” says CareerContinue reading “As ‘paralysis’ subsides, employers weigh up next steps”
Anxiety Alert! YOU ARE ALLOWED REST AND RECOVERY
This article is submitted to us by Dr Deb Roberts, a writer, speaker and yoga teacher and part of Career Money Life’s Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Thrive Global’s website. Imagine being allowed rest and recovery in the comfort of your own dwelling with loved ones present and a pile ofContinue reading “Anxiety Alert! YOU ARE ALLOWED REST AND RECOVERY”
Cabin crew one moment, drag performer the next: How to nail the career pivot
This article is authored by Gary Nunn and is originally published by The Age. Having sashayed across his kitchen in women’s clothing, miming Beyoncé’s Listen, cabin crew flight manager Daniel Floyd now sits opposite his smartphone camera, crying. He’s recounting the day his dad started rebuilding their strained relationship, shortly before his death.
How Can You Find Work And Keep Your New Job Or Career Change Plans On Track During The Covid- 19 Pandemic?
This article is authored by Helen Green, Career Coach and Director of Career Confident, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Career Confident’s website. This time last year, none of us could have imagined 2020 would throw up so many challenges. The impacts of COVID-19 will continue … Continue reading How Can You Find Work And Keep Your New Job Or Career Change Plans On Track During The Covid- 19 Pandemic?
Businesses look for more workers amid coronavirus hospitality layoffs
This article is authored by Eugene Boisvert and Shuba Krishnan and is originally published by ABC News. Virginia Farm Produce, just outside of Adelaide, is seeking 40 staff in a range of positions because of increased demand and a lack of normal seasonal labour. The company grows and packs potatoes and onions at its farm … Continue reading Businesses look for more workers amid coronavirus hospitality layoffs
Jobs you can do in a crisis
We all started the year with high hopes of what the new decade could mean for our jobs, careers and lives. But just three months in, many of us are scratching our heads and wondering not what big things we’ll achieve this year, but how on earth we’ll get through the next few months. And … Continue reading Jobs you can do in a crisis
Standing down employees or worse? Here’s how to look after your people
These are certainly strange times we find ourselves in. Every day, more countries (and businesses) are shutting their doors. Whole industries are worried about their future, including anyone associated with travel, hospitality, and leisure. The virus is in almost every country on earth – and in almost everyone’s minds.
Here's what the Federal Government's second coronavirus stimulus package actually means for your wallet and Centrelink payments
This article is authored by Bridget Judd and is originally published by ABC. The $66 billion package includes relief for retirees, and a “safety net” for workers already bearing the brunt of the crisis. With no end in sight, it’s sure to be a welcome relief for those who’ve been calling for a lifeline.
Coronavirus Australia: How job seekers can access $1100 a fortnight
This article is authored by Lucy Quaggin and is originally published by 7NEWS. You can view the original article here. Australian job seekers are set to have their payments temporarily doubled, as part of the government’s second stimulus package.
Being Proactive to get Progress: How to Become a Job Seeking Pro
This article is authored and submitted to us by Sally-Anne Blanshard, Corporate Tailored Learning Solutions Consultant at the Australian Institute of Management, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Looking for a new job is difficult, and the amount of effort you must put into a single job search is enough to make anyone … Continue reading Being Proactive to get Progress: How to Become a Job Seeking Pro
When is it time to see a therapist?
This article is written by Sandra Zecevic-Gonzalez, Counselling Psychologist and Director of Orquidia Therapy, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Orquidia Therapy‘s website. We all struggle with difficult emotions sometimes. Sadness, grief, anger and fear are feelings that are as much a part of life as … Continue reading When is it time to see a therapist?
What is the ideal age to retire? Never, according to a neuroscientist
This article is authored by Daniel Levitin PhD and is originally published by TED. What is the ideal age to retire? Never. Even if you’re physically impaired, it’s best to keep working, either in a job or as a volunteer. Lamont Dozier, the co-writer of such iconic songs as “Heat Wave,” “Stop! In the Name … Continue reading What is the ideal age to retire? Never, according to a neuroscientist
Job Interview Tips
This article is authored by Sydney Career Advisor, Tina Monk, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Sydney Career Coaching’s website. Stuck in a job that isn’t you or maybe you feel ready for a career change? Your resume made an impression and you just got an … Continue reading Job Interview Tips
Cleaning your lens on life
This article is submitted to us by Dr Deb Roberts, a writer, speaker and yoga teacher and part of Career Money Life’s Supplier Community. You can view the original article on her website. When I feel anxious or depressed I feel like I’m viewing life through a dirty lens. My thoughts impact the colours and … Continue reading Cleaning your lens on life
Feeling stuck in your career? Why a redundancy might be exactly what you need
When Jodi Rosenthal opted to take redundancy from her then-employer, the decision wasn’t taken lightly or without considerable thought. Jodi, by nature a risk-averse person, had had what can only be described as an illustrious sales career.
How to Prepare for a Successful Retirement
Did you know that in 2019, the number of Australians that planned on retiring in the next 12 months was 439,000? This indicates a significant difference from what we had in 2017 when the figure was pegged at 395,000
Our ideas around ageism might be wrong
This article is authored by Jasmine Crittenden and is originally published by HRM. Older workers? Slow and stuck in their ways. Younger workers? Flaky, lazy and self-absorbed.
What job searching after 27 years feels like
When Maurice* was retrenched from his job in telecommunications, he felt the earth collapse beneath him. Despite the fact that his colleagues had been muttering about the possibility of the axe for months, Maurice had a watertight performance record: he was liked and respected by everyone he worked with.
Why Small Business Owners Struggle with Mental Health – and How to Help Them
With the recent celebration of R U Ok? Day, more and more people are taking the time to check in on the mental health of their colleagues, family and friends. As society becomes more accepting of the seriousness of mental health issues, there’s also more support out there than ever before, especially for employees: 97 … Continue reading Why Small Business Owners Struggle with Mental Health – and How to Help Them
Reduce Impulse Buying & Save Money
Impulse buying can undermine your monthly budget. Here are 10 suggestions to help you get your spending under control.
Redundancy and job insecurity are growing and it’s a problem for the economy at large
When Debra Kightley lost a well-paid role in human resources in 2015, she lost more than just a job.
“Just losing, I think, that sense of being who you are,” the 52-year-old said.
Elderly people and scams
If you look after an older person – whether it’s a friend or a family member – you’ll be aware that people with vulnerabilities can be targeted by scammers. Older people often fear being mugged, or burgled – but 90% of all crimes committed against the over 65s are fraud.
Retire ‘retirement’: how brands misunderstand ageing
Australians over the age of 50 have the highest levels of wealth and disposable income of any age segment, they outspend millennials in entertainment, auto, health, travel and almost every other category, but are largely ignored by brands.
Proactive approach to mental health challenging for small business
More than two-thirds (67 per cent) of small businesses have not discussed mental health days, according to fresh data from MYOB.
This article is by Queensland Health and is originally published by Starts at 60. The months after they hang up the tools and start life after work can be a particularly tricky time for men.
This article is originally published by the University of Michigan. Try these tips to keep your balance, or re-balance yourself.
No one said building a company is easy. But it's time to be honest about how brutal it really is -- and the price so many founders secretly pay.
This article is written by Emily Dorman, Financial Wellness Coach, part of Career Money Life’s Supplier Community. 67% of Aussie Gen Ys experience FOMO (fear of missing out). 67%!! As a Gen Y myself, I know this fear of missing out is fuelled by social media, peer pressure and in part our own expectations of what is our rite of passage as a Gen Y.
How long will you live? – Lifestyle Interventions for Anti-Ageing
This article is authored by Executive Medicine, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Recently I was contemplating my mortality whilst wandering through perhaps the most beautiful graveyard I have ever seen, in Germany. I counted the days I would have left should I live to 85 -and the cold hard number is quite sobering.
Money mistakes to avoid when splitting up
This article is submitted to us by Helen Baker, an Australian financial adviser and founder of On Your Own Two Feet, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Happily ever after has not panned out. The relationship you have invested time, emotions, energy and money in has been deemed – either by you or The Other One – to be irrevocably broken.
Loneliness peaks at three key ages, study finds — but wisdom may help
This article is authored by Susan Scutti and is originally published by CNN. Rising rates of loneliness may not be news, but the three periods when it peaks may come as a surprise: More people reported feeling moderate to severe loneliness during their late 20s, their mid-50s and their late 80s than in other life
This article is originally published by HRD. Age discrimination is the main reason nearly a quarter of workers in the UK find it difficult to land a new job, a new study showed. Job search engine Jobrapido interviewed 2,027 Britons to ask what they believed prevented them from getting the job that they wanted.
This article is authored by Benjamin Hurley and is originally published by HRM. Over the course of a seven-year career in eCommerce, I have been made redundant three times. Maybe it shocks you to hear that. It shocks me to write it out. But we shouldn’t be shocked. The fact is, redundancies are becoming more frequent.
This article is originally published by Openground, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. ABC’s Catalyst recently conducted “ The Mindfulness Experiment” by inviting 15 Australians from all walks of life into an eight-week intensive mindfulness meditation program: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). The outcomes were researched by Assoc Professor Nicholas Van Dam, Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne.
This article is authored by Kathy Donaldson, Career Consultant & Life Coach, Educator and Trainer, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. When we think of happiness and success, we tend to believe that is waiting for a time or condition when we can be happier or more successful.
This article is authored and originally published by Priority1 Wealth Management, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. With costs of living on the rise and wage growth stagnating, it’s not hard to see why Australian households are increasingly feeling the pinch.
The following article is authored by Diversity Council Australia CEO, Lisa Annese. Flexibility is key. No successful sporting coach has ever suggested that only one or two members of a team need to be flexible.
This article is published by Executive Agents, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. It’s easy to lump all of your past experience and achievements on your resume when you’re applying for a job.
This article is originally published by PetsOnMe, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Dogs are known as “man’s best friend” for more than one reason. It’s not only our long history of working together and co-habitating which has led to an unbreakable bond, dogs are actually able to improve our moods and make us happier people over all.
This article is submitted to us by Renee Pooley, Director of Full Potential Consulting, and creator of Career Converser, an intuitive online tool that facilitates a powerful career development conversation between an individual and their manager. Career Money Life is proud to have Full Potential Consulting as part of our Supplier Community. I recently sat in the boardroom with the executive team of a company considering a career management solution for their people.
This article is submitted to us by Renee Pooley, Director of Full Potential Consulting, and creator of Career Converser, an intuitive online tool that facilitates a powerful career development conversation between an individual and their manager. Career Money Life is proud to have Full Potential Consulting as part of our Supplier Community.
A manager shared with me recently that he had two key people resign in the same week, just days after the business had won a large new piece of work.
This article is written by Emily Dorman, part of Career Money Life’s Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Emily’s website.
Do you ever find yourself saying: “I should be financially adulting by now”. “I’m almost 30, when am I going to grow up?” “I need to get this money stuff sorted already”
When the global consumer economy is valued at $35 trillion, women’s spending accounts for $28 trillion. This Purse Power is bigger than the emerging economies of China and India put together, twice over.
This article is originally published by smartcompany. The Morrison government will increase the flexibility available to families underpaid parental leave entitlements under a new policy announced yesterday.
This article is authored by Todd Rose + Ogi Ogas and is published by Ted. A dark horse can be an opera singer or a dog trainer, a hairstylist or a diplomat … or a sommelier, carpenter, puppeteer, architect, embalmer, chess grandmaster, midwife, art conservator, astronomer, landscape architect.
This article is authored by Angela Priestley and is published by Women’s Agenda. Many of us like to believe there’s a social shift occurring that is seeing more men take on traditionally feminine roles, particularly in the home.
Most Australians will retire with enough savings except older women renting, says Grattan Institute
This article is authored by Nassim Khadem and is originally published by ABC. If you are a woman in retirement who is renting in Sydney or Melbourne, you likely won’t have enough savings to live comfortably, according to a new report by the Grattan Institute. But everyone else will do just fine.
This article is originally published by the HRD. Only one in five Australian workers (19%) are happy with their career, according to a new study that looks into employee wellbeing.
This article is authored and originally published by Priority1 Wealth Management, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. When you’re here to supervise your worldly affairs, your voice, which reflects your current views, is heard, and more often than not, heeded.
This article is written by Lucy Dean and is originally published by Yahoo! Finance Australia. With Gouda cheese, windmills and millions of bicycles, it’s hard to find a reason why anyone would ever want to leave the Netherlands.
This article is authored by Erin Bunch and is originally published by Well and Good. New Jersey-based magazine editor Jenny Jones (at her request, we’re using a pseudonym) had the perfect pregnancy. “I was super healthy, I worked out four to five times a week, I felt great,” she tells me.
This article is authored by Norman Hermant and is originally published by ABC. For most young workers, super is a mystery. Happy to land a job, there is often a tendency for new employees to scan the fine print, sign the forms and just get to work.
This article is originally published by The Atlantic. Perhaps you are one of the lucky ones. Perhaps you have reached your 40s, 50s, or 60s blissfully happy in your job. You are engaged, fulfilled, and challenged. Your work draws on your natural talents and passions. If so, feel free to skip this article.
This article is originally published by the HRM. It’s a common misconception that employees dismissed on redundancy grounds cannot claim unfair dismissal. While it’s not typical for these employees to do so, there are some cases that show employers may risk a claim if they fail to understand the “genuine redundancy” concept.
Feel Like You Haven’t Hit Your Peak Yet? It’s Never Too Late
This article is authored by Tim Herrera and is originally published by The New York Times. We’ve all felt it before: that weird mix of jealousy and pride when a friend accomplishes something that we also want to accomplish. It’s perfectly natural, and there are plenty of ways to deal with it.
This article is originally published in The Harvard Gazette. Lifestyle habits in adulthood may increase women’s life expectancy by 14 years, men gain 12. Maintaining five healthy habits — eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, keeping a healthy body weight, not drinking too much alcohol, and not smoking — during adulthood may add more than a … Continue reading Five healthy habits to live by
After The Birth of Your Baby – Post Natal Depression in Women and Men
This article is written by Sarah Godfrey. Psychologist and Director of Moving Mindsets. You can read the original article on their website. If there is one life changing event we choose to have it must be the decision to have a child. The excitement, responsibility, hope, changes to lifestyle, time, impact on our existing relationships … Continue reading After The Birth of Your Baby – Post Natal Depression in Women and Men
This article originally appeared in the September 2018 edition of HRM magazine. Is this recruitment staple past its prime? Skills-based assessments are a better indicator of a candidate’s suitability for a role. Paul D’Arcy, senior vice-president of Indeed, doesn’t mince words when it comes to the future of recruitment and job hunting.
Pregnancy and parenthood too often negatively impact women’s career prospects. How can organisations and new mums alike ensure this doesn’t happen?
This article is originally published by the HRD. A new study has looked at the latest insights into the state of employment in Australia, and its impact on the daily lives of everyday Aussies. The research by Employment Herosurveyed 1,001 full- and part- time working Australians and reveals that employees overwhelmingly expect that their jobs should...
I’m Not OK! How To Offer Emotional Help
This article is submitted to us by Greg Redmond, Director of Counselling in Melbourne, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Believe it or not, people are hardwired to naturally orient towards their fellow human beings. While some people may feel like they work better in solitude, the fact is that at the end of the day, we need social interaction with others to thrive grow.
This article is originally published by PetsOnMe, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Pets make a huge difference in many of our lives – they’re a source of happiness and contentment – we get to love them and look after them. But did you know that, having a pet also means that they’re looking after us too?
This article is originally published by The Age. “Grey-area drinkers” aren’t falling-over drunks, but nor is their relationship with booze healthy. In recent times, many have been giving up or cutting back – being sober is the new black. Kristen Allan vividly remembers the moment she decided to quit drinking for good. It was April … Continue reading Hi, sobriety: Our changing relationship with alcohol
Aged Care: A Career Life Transitions Perspective
This article is authored by Peter James and is originally published by Career Life Transitions, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Between 1946 and 1965, 5.5 million people were born in Australia, this is the Baby Boomer demography. That means that this year the first of that group are 72 years old and … Continue reading Aged Care: A Career Life Transitions Perspective
This article is authored by Ephrat Livni and is originally published by Quartz at Work. If you’re a working woman, you’ve likely been inundated with advice about how to ensure that gender double standards don’t impede your brilliant career. Assert yourself boldly at meetings in an appropriately low tone of voice, yet purr pleasingly when negotiating salary. Be smart but never … Continue reading All career advice for women is a form of gaslighting
UK over-50s need more workplace support
This article is originally published by Aviva. Longer working lives have become a reality for millions, yet a significant number of over-50s feel unsupported in the workplace, according to new findings1 from Aviva which highlight the need for UK businesses to boost support for their older workforce.
This article is originally published by Mercer. Societal aging and workplace automation are rapidly and fundamentally transforming the future of work. At the convergence of these two trends sits a variety of risks and opportunities for employers. Older workers are facing significant displacement risks at the hands of emerging technologies, and are often overlooked … Continue reading The Twin Threats of Aging and Automation
This article is authored by Jessica Chambers and is originally published by Mamamia. Like most of us, Gen Hallot wasn’t too concerned with her super. The New Zealander, who was living and working in Australia for several years, thought she could set and forget her super fund account and it would steadily grow without her interference. However, the … Continue reading Gen discovered she’d paid $109 a month for five years for something she never asked for.
How to improve your financial wellness strategy
This article is authored by Emily Douglas and originally published by HRD. You could consider financial wellness to be the most important employee benefit around. However, whilst helping your employees understand and improve upon their personal financial situation is an honourable diversion, if employers don’t approach the situation with tact they could miss the mark … Continue reading How to improve your financial wellness strategy
This article is authored by Emily Lanciana of Apt Wealth Partners, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Women face unique challenges when it comes to finance; factors such as the gender pay gap and increased likelihood of a career break to care for children or elderly parents have a dramatic impact on financial situation and superannuation
This article is written by Andrew Dunbar, Director of Apt Wealth Partners, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Australia has experienced a run of reasonable economic prosperity. Our politicians often quote it when discussing our economic performance. What is also raised is potential pitfalls in the road ahead.
This article is originally published by Yellow Brick Road. Yellow Brick Road Port Melbourne is a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Australians love their credit cards, and now it seems we’ve fallen head over heels for buy now, pay later options like ZipPay and Afterpay.
How to manage a redundancy
This article is authored by Andrew Dunbar, Director of Apt Wealth Partners, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Of all the areas in our lives, career is one of the biggest components. As our economy changes, technology and the digital era are rapidly changing the way we work.
Fidelity® Research Finds the Top Two Sources of Stress for American Workers Are Their Job and Finances
This article is originally published by Business Wire. BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Health, money, work and life all play a critical role in an individual’s total well-being, according to a recent study1 from Fidelity Investments. The study, based on responses from more than 9,000 workers and conducted in collaboration with researchers from the Stanford Center on Longevity and Cornell … Continue reading Fidelity® Research Finds the Top Two Sources of Stress for American Workers Are Their Job and Finances
A different way to help the grandkids
This article is originally published by Priority1, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Many grandparents want to give their grandchildren a head start in life, and a common way to do so is to help by paying some (or all) of their school fees. This can, of course, simply be done by making a contribution … Continue reading A different way to help the grandkids
Planning to return to the workforce after a career break can be daunting. Re-launch your career with confidence.
This article is authored by Helen Green, Career Coach and Director of Career Confident, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article on Career Confident’s website. A career break is becoming more common for a myriad of reasons. However, whether you put your career on hold for family, health or other … Continue reading Planning to return to the workforce after a career break can be daunting. Re-launch your career with confidence.
This blog was published by Mums and Co in an adapted form aimed at the website’s audience, entrepreneurial mothers. Motherhood can be an important catalyst for a lot of change. For many women, maternity leave is the trigger to assess your professional life and, for many entrepreneurial women wondering about how to find an alternative to returning to … Continue reading HOW DO I MAKE A CAREER CHANGE?
Unlocking the mysteries of your super statement
This article is originally published by Priority1, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Superannuation statements. Boring, right? But if, like many people, you toss your annual super statement in a drawer or hit delete, you could be depriving yourself of many thousands of dollars just when you need it. So it’s worth the small effort … Continue reading Unlocking the mysteries of your super statement
What is your Current Life Changing Transition?
This article is originally published by Career Life Transitions, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. What is your Current Life Changing Transition? What is your transition, we’re going through them all the time, what is yours right now? Our lives are in a constant state of change whether we like it or not. … Continue reading What is your Current Life Changing Transition?
Age Discrimination in Job Search
This article is authored by Peter James and is originally published by Career Life Transitions, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. The age-old question, am I being passively discriminated against because of my age? Well, the answer is yes and no. For some people, it will be an issue, for other people it … Continue reading Age Discrimination in Job Search