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Online resources for older workers seeking jobs

Part of being able to age in place involved being able to continue to contribute to society, one dimension of which is to be able to work. I've long thought one of the more attractive programs for this is one run by CVS to encourage pharmacists to keep working by being able to split the workyear into two 6-month blocks, one in a Florida CVS, and one up north.

As the economy slips and slides, competition for jobs will inevitably worsen and seniors who want to work may have difficulty finding work -- and finding online resources of possible jobs. So here's a collection of those sites intended to help older workers find jobs -- please pass it along.

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I applaud CVS for their very successful program. Many other small and large businesses can reap the rewards of hiring from the older workforce. (Chronologically Advanced)

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