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Why Older Job Seekers Are Being Rejected

Once you reach a certain threshold of maturity, fewer job opportunities are available because you get stereotyped. It’s a fact in most cases. But why? There are several reasons. First, in today’s exponential advancement of technological developments, younger people seem to catch on and to be able to adapt much faster than older folks can. … Read the Rest ? Related posts: Millennials Adap
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