Book Review-Best Job Search Tips For Age 60-Plus: A Practical Work Options Resource For Baby Boomers-Toby Haberkorn and Elizabeth O’Neal | Miki's Hope

Book Review-Best Job Search Tips For Age 60-Plus: A Practical Work Options Resource For Baby Boomers-Toby Haberkorn and Elizabeth O’Neal

Monday, November 6, 2017


As everyone may or may not know by now I am not a fan of self-help books. When the publicist asked if I would read and review this book--I could not resist. I mean, really I am only SEMI retired--maybe I could get some pointers? Did I ever!! This manual covers virtually everything you could possibly ever want to know about how to land a job--no matter what type. I will hazard a guess that this could help younger people as well. It didn't take me long to read it--but I will have to go back and re read sections that I am most interested in.

There are even sections where you can write notes--if you purchase the actual book--I was sent the e-book. I found myself wanting to write a few notes to myself--but you need the actual book for that--or have a pen and paper at the your side.

Need to know how to construct a resume, sit for an interview etc--there are actually examples at the end of the book, as well as explaining throughout.

OK Baby Boomers-------let's get back to work!


About the Book: (from Amazon)

This book is a must read for people who want to continue working past age 60!

Welcome to Best Job Search Tips For Age 60-Plus: A Practical Work Options Resource for Baby Boomers where readers will learn about effective job search strategies and realistic work possibilities.

Boomers have already changed many of the stereotypes our society holds. Most would say they are very different from their parents, who appeared to be much older at the same age and saw retirement as the only reward for their years of work.

With so many Americans living into their 90s, working past age 60 is increasingly common.

Whether working for income or looking for meaningful work post retirement, job seekers face an employment market that has changed drastically in recent years.

This "forever young" generation now must also confront many workplace challenges including age discrimination.

In an evolving and competitive job market, proactive preparation is more important than ever before.

With over 25 years of experience, employment coaches, Toby Haberkorn and Elizabeth O’Neal understand the unique skill sets Baby Boomers bring to the job market, as well as the challenges of finding employment in a youth-oriented world. Their advice and job search resources are ideal for those who want to stay in the game.

• Learn to implement effective 21st century job search strategies • Make technology and internet work for you • Update your personal and digital profile • Prepare for telephone, video and in-person interviews • Neutralize age-related employment challenges


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About the Author: (from Publicist)


Toby Haberkorn is an experienced executive-search consultant and certified job search strategist. She enjoys working with mature individuals who are at crossroads in their careers and lives. Toby is known for her job-market knowledge, strategic expertise, and mentoring. She helps individuals determine and achieve their goals. Toby’s career has ranged from being the Executive Director of a Cultural Arts Center to working in Human Resources Management and retained-executive search; she has also written an industrial newsletter. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in History from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. Toby is also the author of two children’s books.

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About the Author: (from the Publicist)

Elizabeth O’Neal
is a career coach who supports individuals in career transition as well as those who are just exploring their options. She brings energy and enthusiasm to her workshops and presentations. Elizabeth is passionate about helping people manage their transition, and especially enjoys assisting candidates who are considering career changes explore their options. With a background in the financial service industry, she is a career consultant with a global career and talent development firm. Elizabeth earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.





I received the mobi edition of this book for review purposes only. All opinions expressed are my own honest opinions. For more information please check my Disclosure Statement. Our giveaways are in no way sponsored or promoted by Facebook.

3 comments :

Gladys Parker said...

Thanks for reviewing this, I really must read it. I'm trying to decide e-book vs real book. My birthday is the 13th so just maybe. I'm too practical they always ask me for a list of what I need. I will be working my way back into the job market as I close in on 60. I really need to know enough to keep me competitive with these young whipper snappers lol

Jamie Tomkins said...

Great review! There are so many that this will be beneficial for, in today's world.

Scott said...

The job landscape sure has changed. I'm not quite that old, but still feel intimidated by some of the new work ethics!

 
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