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Whenever possible, cover letters should be used to help frame your application in a positive light. What to avoid? See the following article:
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It seems that the devil is in the details when it comes to implementation of technology for elders:
What are your thoughts on the obstacles or solutions?
According to today’s New York Times, the U.S. is feeling the impact of climate change. This article moves from the data to problem-solving:
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While the title isn’t cheery, this article offers ideas for making conditions at the top more equitable:
A presentation by the American Society on Aging:
Lots of reasons to feel positive. Yet, it’s hard to miss the parallel of post-industrial disenfranchisement for elders, women, poor people, and young people.
At some point, simple demographics may force employers to learn how to attract and effectively manage a diverse workforce. Dr. Jay Finkelman, for example, states that the retail and service industries already find hiring older workers appealing, due to their relative stability as employees:
What is your experience?
Fascinating comparisons between U.S. and other countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)!
Did managed care make a dent in costs? Comments welcome.