“Inside every old person is a young person wondering what happened." That's an amusing quote that you've no doubt seen on a bumper sticker or meme, but when you're close to that half-century mark, a glance in the mirror and it becomes your mantra. You're still that young, vibrant, capable person you were twenty years ago, no matter what that mirror says. Or what society seems to think. Related: Resumes For People Aged 50+ Unfortunately, when you're looking for a job, “society" has a huge pool of candidates. And you, even with your great experience, have a lot of competition. Age bias in the job search is real. Of course it's illegal, but if you make that your excuse, you'll never get the job. Instead, revamp your resume to de-emphasize your age making you more appealing and better able to compete. While the best course of action is to consult with a professional resume writer, if you are determined to do it yourself, here are some resume writing tips to make this happen...
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