How else can a middle-aged number cruncher/engineer find a job?
Please don't reply with the popular job board links and headhunters! I have tried so many of them already. Seems age IS a factor, although employers deny that. In the Providenct to Boston area, I am looking for an opportunity to use my experience, problem solving/data/analytical skills. All I need is a chance to do that.
Asked By: go4events - 12/5/2007
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The path is not easy, but you might consider starting your own consulting or teaching business. In the teaching business age is often considered a plus due to increased experience... More
Answered By: Automation Wizard - 12/5/2007
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I'm not an engineer, and not knowing what your field of engineering is I can only wonder what kind of networking you've done outside all the conventional crap everyone is using. I just recently got hired through a contact I randomly met at an association meeting, and this trumped 6 months of job boards, headhunters... More
Answered By: Just a Myron - 12/5/2007
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