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Learn Rules of Today's Job Market if You're Over Age 50

Whether you are seeking a new job mid-career or just wanting to get prepared in case you have to, the Castro Valley Library workshop June 26 may be your ticket to success


From the Alameda County Library Castro Valley Branch -

Turn your age into an advantage at a special free workshop June 26 at 6 p.m. at the y. 

As a mid-life jobseeker, you may be sabotaging your search and adding countless hours of wasted effort if you don’t understand the rules of today’s job market. Make your efforts count. Save time, money, and loads of frustration by learning the insider tips that produce real results. After years of experience, you deserve to find the work you love. So learn the tools to present yourself as the powerful candidate you are and get on the fast track to success.

Come hear noted expert Mary Eileen Williams, M.A., NCC, who has twenty years of combined experience as a career and life transition counselor, job search specialist, university instructor, and writer.

As a Nationally Board Certified Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Career Development, she specializes in working with job seekers in midlife and showing them the latest techniques for landing a job in the 21st Century.

She is also the host of the popular blog and radio show “Feisty Side of Fifty” and author of "Land the Job You Love: 10 Surefire Strategies for Jobseekers Over 50".  (You can see a video clip of her talking about the topic here.)

No registration is required for this free program. For more information call the library's information desk at 510-667-7900.

The Castro Valley Library is a branch of the Alameda County Library system. The Library is located at 3600 Norbridge Avenue and is wheel chair accessible. An American Sign Language (A.S.L.) interpreter can be provided to you, if needed, with 10 days notice by calling the library.

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