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Age discrimination is real. So, what can you do if you are over 50 and know hiring managers are screening you out? Some suggest leaving dates of graduation off your resume. Others suggest only listing your last 15 years of experience. The problem with these suggestions is recruiters are keen to them. Thus, if you do them - you'll get screened out anyways! In a recent article I wrote for AOL Jobs, I list three resume tips for job seekers over 50. READ THE FULL ARTICLE ► Ageless Resume image from Shutterstock
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