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Their “About Us” explains:

“ is a division of, the nation’s largest job site. Retirees and other experienced job seekers can quickly target job opportunities for their experience level from the nation’s top employers. They can also post resumes, get the latest news on companies and industries, sign up for automatic job alerts, view local career fairs and tap into advice on everything from writing resumes to on-the-job success. focuses on connecting experienced and retired workers with potential employers. It allows retirees and other experienced workers to search for part-time, full-time and contract positions from’s job database. Users can also search jobs by keyword (fun jobs, baby boomers, retired), location, skills (writer, designer, technical) and job type (marketing, retail, healthcare) and sign up for job alerts that automatically e-mail positions based on search criteria. The site simultaneously gives mature job seekers access to relevant career resources for their unique needs with a frequently updated blog and useful articles such as, “Generation Gap: Working with Younger Workers” and “Reinvention: Launching a New Career.” launched in early 2008 and has already started to gain awareness among baby boomers through email outreach, targeted articles and advice, as well as through a presence at major national baby boomer events such as the AARP: Life@50+. plans to increase its reach to retired and experienced workers by increasing its presence at baby boomer events and tradeshows throughout 2009. In addition to participating in relevant events, will continue to expand its resources by offering job search tools such as resume writing, online trainings and targeted advice.”

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  1. Dean Kendall says:

    Unfortunately most of the jobs posted on, are work from home scams.

    • admin says:

      Some may be, but the site also offers some valuable suggestions for resumes and interview skills…the “work from home” enticement is pretty much found on any employment site. Just don’t think you’ll be a millionaire stuffing envelopes and you should be able to find some good resources. It just takes digging deeper, as I’m sure you know!

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