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GOOD NEWS FOR OLDER WORKERS...The value of older workers...experience makes them better problem solvers and more.
IF YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES, and you're loyal to your company YOU CAN WORK FOREVER! Case in point, Lou has been working at Climate Engineering in Colorado for 6 decades. He's 89 years old and not ready to stop working.
Circa...1991, nearly a quarter century ago only about one worker in ten planned to stay in the workforce beyond age 65, today , that number has risen to 4 in 10.
Four generations are engaged in the workforce at the same time...etc.
Hollywood jumps on-board...etc.
THE PROFILE OF AMERICA'S OLDER WORKER...
HAPPY ON THE JOB...many have no plans to stop working at 65.
NEW CAREER...some will start a second career upon retiring from the first.
PHILANTHROPIC...large numbers will volunteer at a non-profit or charitable organization.
START-UP...starting a new business will be in the future for some...e.g. START YOUR OWN HOME BASED BUSINESS.
Today's older workforce have several interchangeable opportunities. Some workers formally retire from one career and jump into another. Mary J of Georgia left the Corporate World after three decades as a project manager to become a 5th grade teacher at age 59.
What do Japan, Germany and Sweden have in common...etc.
Older workers have a strong work ethic...etc.
50+ workers are less likely to...etc.
Older workers are...etc.
Older workers are mentors to...etc.
ENTHUSIASM and FLEXIBILITY are the keyes for older job market hopefuls.
BOOMERS are poised to live healthier and longer than their predecessors and are putting off retirement. But while the job market can be tough to crack regardless of age, older appplicants face extra challenges ranging from age discrimination to being overqualified. Some employers fear an older hire won't stay long.
Hire a Job Researcher who offers job search advice to people of all ages.
Employers are not supposed to not hire based on age, but it does happen.
Fitting in with a younger crowd...etc.
Have a fresh perspective...etc.
Explain why you're interested...etc.
Advantages older workers can bring...etc.
Be prepared to accept a position at a...etc.
This is Part 5 of the series with Dr. Wayne Pickering on Attitude. While we normally gear our programs for Boomers and above, the Wellness Wednesday series is information pertinant to people of all ages. Learn how you can lead your life with Zuberosity!
Stay tuned with me as my special guest 'D', a late 20 something year old, wlll be speaking with us,as my "SPECIAL' guest, regarding his preferance of 'Older' women. So if you have ever wanted to venture that way or have been curious, now is your opportunity to hear if from a man, who's preferance is....
'UNRETIRED'...for employers the 'unretired' provide a pool of experienced labor that has proved to be productice, dedicated and loyal.
The post recession economy has moved back toward full employment, many industries are finding it harder to fill jobs, particularly in skilled trades.
50 + workers have the maturity and experience to help employers address current and future talent shortages. Once a job is filled, it tends to stay filled. Workers 50+ are less likely than youngers workers to leave their jobs unexpectedly.
Older workers provide...etc.
Older American are...etc.
Benjamin Franklin at age 78...etc.
Barbara Beskind at age 91...etc.
The cost of an older worker...etc.
IF you missed it, It was a GREAT show and we plan to bring back the 'Special' Guest Deacon to continue the conversation with a twist of an older caller, Dewayne!! They will give the younger versus older man's opinion on this subject. You do not want to miss this. Really, you don't.
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The facts of life are that we are all getting "older" and that includes our companimals (companion animals.) Some of us are buying into beliefs of what to expect with aging animals. Yet there is a way to reverse those beliefs and help our companimals avoid some "aging" pitfalls that we thought were unavoidable.
Are you worried about how to care for them and what may develop? Maybe you've been told that because your cat, dog, horse, etc., is "older" that you should expect certain issues. What if that doesn't have to be true?
Join Susanne Peach, Animaleze® founder, as she discusses her groundbreaking work in helping animals live longer, happier, healthier lives. She'll share success stories and offer suggestions and ideas that can change how we look at "aging" animals. She has an almost 14-year-old Australian Shepherd mix dog who's been helping her become a pioneer in living and working with more "mature" animals.
Susanne wants you to be a pioneer, as well. Changing how everyone views "mature" animals, breaking all limitations, and preconceived notions of what's expected when your hamster, llama, parrot, etc., reach a certain age.
If you have a younger companimal, tune in as you'll hear tips to help them, too.
(Some of the animals pictured here are 15 and 16.)
Susanne is also going to be announcing some big news on some upcoming, first-time-ever events catered to you, the animal lover.
Animaleze® is a registered trademark. All of the information in these radio shows and on this website are protected and cannot be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the expressed written consent of Susanne Peach and Animaleze®.
THE AGE OLD QUESTION,WHY IS IT YOUNG MEN PREFER OLDER WOMEN AND OLDER WOMEN PREFER YOUNGER MEN
Have you dated a older guy before? And what a about a younger guy? Join us for a lively discussion about the intricacies of dating from a younger and older perspective. It will be interesting to see how younger men feel about dating older men and vice versa. It will be an interesting dicussion that you don't want to miss! It all goes down on this episode of Common Ties Live!
Today is the 22nd annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day.and the theme for this year's activities is, "If you keep moving, you'll keep improviing."
That's a theme that's been consistant with this show from when we started here on Blog Talk Radio seven years ago. It's always been my major goal to provide encouragement to boomers and above to stay active or to get active if for some reason you haven't been in a while. There are so many things you can do and new ones coming along all the time.
Just last month we had a National Masters Swim competition here in San Antonio. As a volunteer with the San Antonio Sports Foundation I took part in the event and it was so encouraging to see things like one heat between three men that were all in their ninties. What have you got planned for your 90's?
On today's show I'll give you an overview of activities and how to get started. If you've got a question, the listener line 347-934-0549 is available and I'll do my best to help you.