Information for Older and Experienced Job Seekers

is_3088044 is committed to bringing the best resources possible to our 50 plus readers looking for meaningful employment. Spend some time customizing your job search and browsing current job openings on the Job Search Page. We have also built some other quick job searches that might get you started with our favorite national companies.

Here are some tips on using the job search:

The What refers to the type of job opportunity you are looking for - a specific job title, a discipline or even a category of employment opportunity. Be as specific as possible when entering keywords in the What box. Please note that by using quotation marks around an exact search term or phrase, such as "flexible hours", search results will include that term in the description.

The Where refers to where you would like to work. You can enter your city or town and state or a specific zip code. If you are interested in a broader area and are flexible within a state, just enter the state. Be sure to search on one location at a time because multiple locations will not return any results.

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Find your next job here:

Enter your own search terms and location in this Standard Search Tool.

what where
job title, keywords or company
city, state or zip

Search for jobs with our favorite national companies:

Use this quick search by company name to find jobs with employers who have been in the news for hiring older workers.

set location

select company

Job Seeker FAQs

Is an employment agency?
How long will a job posting be listed on
So, if I'm interested in a job that is posted on the web site, whom should I contact?
Can employers search resumes on

Q: Is an employment agency? is an online employment resource for the over 50 job seeking community. We are not a placement agency. All services are provided through the web site at this time.

Q: How long will a job posting be listed on

Each job posting will be displayed for the standard posting term of 30 days from the date it is first displayed. We recommend keeping a copy of any posting that you are interested in or have applied for. Once a posting has expired, you cannot retrieve a copy from the web site.

Q: So, if I'm interested in a job that is posted on the web site, whom should I contact?

You will need to contact the employer who posted the position. Contact information is provided on the job posting. Do not contact to apply to a posting.

Q: Can employers search resumes on

No, employers cannot search resumes on