Navigating the Job Search at Age 50+

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Greenwich Library
Meeting Room

Event Details

This interactive seminar on job searching in the digital age highlights the evolution of the job search, shares online job search resources, and tools and showcases the power of personal branding.  Anyone looking for a job or seeking to change careers knows the difficulty of finding fulfilling work.  The average length of unemployment for 55+ job seekers is about 50 weeks, compared to 34 weeks for younger jobseekers.  The tips and tools provided will invigorate a job search and help you prioritize where to focus your time and energy.  

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Nora Duncan has nearly twenty years of public affairs experience in Connecticut’s nonprofit sector and Executive Branch with expertise in grass roots advocacy, government relations, nonprofit management, volunteer engagement and communications.  Since joining AARP in 2012 as Connecticut State Director, she has led successful campaigns to increase health care access, protect people from consumer fraud and identity theft, pass consumer protections in health care and utilities, open access to workplace retirement savings, and make communities more livable.  

Event Type(s): Business
Age Group(s): Adults
Presenter: Nora Duncan, State Director AARP Connecticut
Michele Martin
(203) 625-6533