Seniors seeking employment opportunities can visit online job search and job training websites such as Myskillsmyfuture.com, Wsl.nbsalliance.com, Nowcc.org and Experienceworks.org. Myskillsmyfuture.com features a search tool, and seniors can enter specific job titles to find job openings similar to current or previous job positions. Jobs for seniors are available in the business and nonprofit sectors. Experience Works helps seniors who meet eligibility requirements find job training programs in local areas.
Seniors should consider the types of work they wish to do at their current stage in life and then search for jobs that match career preferences. Seniors should decide if part-time or full-time work is desirable and consider income goals. They should evaluate skills that are most valuable to employers, and note which skills are no longer relevant to the job search. Resume creation tools help seniors update stale resumes and showcase current training and workplace performance strengths.
Seniors should highlight their valuable knowledge and experience on their resumes and use them to impress employers. Some employers value an older worker who brings years of experience to a job. Seniors who have not gone on job interviews for a long time should brush up on interviewing skills. Employers often seek workers with good computer skills, and taking computer training courses is a good way to keep up with technology trends.