Biggest Experiment Next to Birth of Democracy:
Nearly one out of every three workers in
OVER-50: HOW WE KEEP WORKING, just published by Outskirts Press and available on Amazon.com, shows how flexible Baby Boomers are.
The book also hammers other ways to get, keep and move on to better paid employment. The author Jane Genova reset her own career in her 50s in 2003. Baby Boomers who don't stop working could put in play the biggest experiment in
"Technology, a volatile global economy, and how the edge comes from creativity and risk are making work very different than it was even five years ago," says author Genova. She also co-wrote THE CRITICAL 14 YEAR OF YOUR PROF
After several tries, Genova launched niche enterprises in social media and transition coaching and lecturing. "Failure is the new rite of passage," she observes. On April 1, she addresses the New York State Bar Association on career change http://www.nysba.org.
OVER-50 predicts the lion's share of paid employment will take the form of just-in-time assignments. The workforce will be increasingly collar-blind. Baby Boomers will continually migrate among traditional white, blue, pink, gold, gray, and no collar areas. Unlike the generations following them, they dumped the baggage work usually carries such as the need for status, meaning, and lucrative income. When in career recovery, Genova worked as a just-in-time security guard in Sephora and Home Depot. Other insights and lessons are obvious in OVER-50's Table of Contents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS :
Black Swans: Humans plan, the gods laugh
We Like This Job: How to hold onto it
Finding Our Next Job, Assignment, Or Business Venture
Change, Stuck, Change, Stuck
We Got to Want To Work
We Are Our Stories: They can be liabilities or assets
Resumes Tell Employers Stories They Want to Hear
Cover Letters As Performance Art
Interviews Are Two-Way Street
Our Unique Power Strategies
Adversity Is Good
Thinking The Unthinkable: Going blue collar
Being A Late Bloomer
About The Author
Genova is President of Genova Writing, Coaching and More http://janegenova.com.
Contact: Jane Genova, 203-468-8579, Mgenova981@aol.com
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