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The keys to succeed at multi-generational networking
Some boomers find it a challenge to network with Millennials and Gen X’ers at networking events or within their own organization. Even boomers who appreciate the value of networking and enjoy it may feel they have little in common to talk about, stymied by the lingo of younger people who they believe aren’t interested in them.


8 ways to do it to find your next job
When Sree Sreenivasan, 45, left his job as chief digital officer at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in June after three years there, it wasn’t his choice. “This decision has been made in the context of the recentering of the Museum’s work and our current financial restructuring,” the museum said in an internal memo. But Sreenivasan, previously chief digital officer at Columbia University, didn’t miss a beat after he was laid off.

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Should You Let Your Boss Know You’re a Caregiver?

If you’re holding down a job and caring for a loved one, too, you know how hard it is to juggle your work responsibilities with caregiving. As the CEO of the nation’s leading nonprofit family caregiver organization, Caregiver Action Network, I get asked all the time: “Should I let my employer know that I have…

Why You Need to Manage Your Retirement Expectations

After you decide to retire, the last few months on your job is a time to prepare. If you’re looking forward to it, this would be a time to indulge in dreams about freedom from responsibilities and time to pursue new things. On the other hand, if you dread the prospect of leaving your job,…

What to Do When Your Grown Kid Won’t Talk to You

In the painful days after my husband’s death in 2009, I crafted a eulogy that concluded with a thought from The Book of Laughter and Forgetting by Milan Kundera. It went like this: “Milan Kundera once wrote, ‘Love is a constant interrogation.’ That was the marriage I shared with Joe: a constant interrogation that to…

5 Tips to Help Women Work Longer

Women are working longer before retiring, or working part-time in retirement, and that’s a good thing. Let’s start with the big picture and why I find this trend to be a silver lining for boomer women — both financially and spiritually. Then I’ll offer some advice on ways women can successfully stay on the job…

Work in Retirement: Go From Customer to Employee

Most Americans age 50 and older plan on working past 65, according to the new survey Working Longer: The Disappearing Divide Between Work Life and Retirement from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Many will shift to part-time jobs. “The world definitely isn’t like it used to be when retirees withdrew from the…


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