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Learn How To Win The Battle With Ageism By Watching Career Confidentials Complimentary Webinar on September 24th5 Simple Tips To Beat Age Bias In Your Job Search(September 19, 2013)
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Career Confidential is hosting a complimentary webinar on September 24th called 5 Tips to Beating Ageism For Job Searchers. In this webinar, career specialist Peggy McKee will be focusing her expertise on how older job searchers can beat ageism in their job searches. This webinar offers tips that go beyond telling job seekers to dye their hair or to leave dates off their resumes. Peggy will also be providing proven tips to avoid any age-related pitfalls on resumes.
When job seekers register for this complimentary webinar, they will receive a complimentary podcast of the Guide to Getting a Job When You Are Over 50. For those who attend and complete the webinar, they will receive two more gifts.
Click on the link above and register today!
Career Confidential is Committed to Getting America Back to Work
Career Confidential was founded in 2009 under the guidance of CEO Peggy McKee and CTO Carl Chapman, two nationally recognized experts in the field of job search training. Career Confidentials successful first product, the 30/60/90 Day Business Plan, spurred the creation of over 30 products today that provide tools, techniques, and tips to help every job seeker find the perfect job.
Career Confidential exploded in 2012 with a 94% growth rate over 2011 in a down economy. After assisting over 10,000 people get jobs, Career Confidential has set a goal to get at least 10,000 more people into successful careers in 2013. Career Confidential is committed to getting the unemployed back to work in 2013.
Peggy McKee, a nationally recognized career expert, is available for personal career coaching. For questions about this topic or any other inquiries, call Zanetta Siciliano at 800-691-2562.
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