ReCareer in the Second-Half of Life

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ReCareer in the Second-Half of Life

Postby dedanna1029 » 14 Apr 2012, 15:21

Excellent article for those of us who are not exactly young whipper snappers any more, and takes into account the economical climate (in particular, without saying it outright, discrimination against those over 50, in the second half of life):

Ah, Spring! Time for renewal, regrowth, ReCareer. ReCareer? What’s that about? ReCareering is about finding authentic work in the second half of life. I decided to learn more about the process of recareering recently with Richard P. Johnson PhD, author of ReCareer, Finding Your Authentic Work.

Full article here. Note the weekly tip on the page as well.

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