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From US NewsOnce Americans make it to age 65, men can expect to livean additional 17 years and women can expect to live 20...
More Than 86 percent of Business ProfessionalsPlan to Continue Working Once They AreEligible to Retire Poll of over 3000 b...
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© Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
•   Register with temp firms•   Practice your interview skills•   Have you resume re-written or updated•   Put your resume...
To Do Resume Tips Most Important:First paragraph must be a summary of experience. •   Tailor your resume to the job •   Ma...
Don’t Do Resume Tips•   Hand-write or type your resume•   Include information which may be viewed negatively•   Include an...
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    1. 1. © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    2. 2. From US NewsOnce Americans make it to age 65, men can expect to livean additional 17 years and women can expect to live 20more years.A 65-year-old couple retiring in 2011 with Medicareinsurance coverage will need approximately $278,000 tocover medical expenses during the combined remainder oftheir lifetimes. This estimate includes deductibles,supplemental health care insurance premiums and out-of-pocket expenses not covered by insurance.This figure does not include over-the-counter medications,most dental services, and most long-term care expenses andnursing home expenses. 2 © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    3. 3. More Than 86 percent of Business ProfessionalsPlan to Continue Working Once They AreEligible to Retire Poll of over 3000 business professionals by Retired Brains.com 3 © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    4. 4. 4© Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    5. 5. © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    6. 6. • Register with temp firms• Practice your interview skills• Have you resume re-written or updated• Put your resume up on job boards• Look for temporary or project based jobs• Tell employers you will work on a temporary basis• Get information on the employer prior to interview• Volunteer with a charity or non-profit• Network, network, network 6 © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    7. 7. To Do Resume Tips Most Important:First paragraph must be a summary of experience. • Tailor your resume to the job • Make your resume clear, neat and tidy • View your experience in a positive light • Place the important and appropriate information up-front • Put your name and email address on every page • Use positive language • Quote concrete outcomes to support your claims • Make use of the internet for sample resume and resume templates © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    8. 8. Don’t Do Resume Tips• Hand-write or type your resume• Include information which may be viewed negatively• Include anything that might discriminate against you• Include salary information and expectations• Make your resume more than two pages long• Dilute your important messages• Use jargon, acronyms, and technical terms• Lie• Include a photo unless requested © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC
    9. 9. © Copyright 2011 RetiredBrains LLC

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