Avoid Sounding Old on Your Resume

While it's often not seen as intentional, age discrimination occasionally rears its ugly head when organizations are looking to hire new employees. There are often clues in one's resume that indicates a candidate is older than the rest of the potential hires. Marc Miller, founder of Career Pivot and author of "Repurpose Your Career - A Practical Guide for Baby Boomers," joins Tim Muma to help mature workers avoid sounding too old on their resumes. Whether it's an email address, word usage or what skills you describe on your resume, any of them could give the employer pause when looking to hire.

Podcast Series: Job Search Guide
Job Search Guide covers all facets of the process from strategies for cover letters and interviewing to the opportunity for job seekers to pick the brains of hiring personnel to get the inside track.