Tips for Older Workers
Find helpful information for older job seekers looking to change jobs or re-enter the workforce after retirement.
To have a successful job search in your late 40s and beyond you will have to reassess your skill set, fine tune your resume and cover letter, and ramp up your professional networking. The page will help you kick start your job search.
Retirees Bring Value To Workforce
- Featured Job Sites
- Senior Organizations
- Job Search Sites
- Community Volunteering
- Government Programs
- American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) - Is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization for people 50 and over.
- Experience Works - Experience Works is a national nonprofit organization providing training, community service, and employment opportunities for older workers in 30 states and Puerto Rico.
- National Older Worker Center - National Older Worker Center is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting experienced workers as a valuable and critical component of the nation’s workforce.
- Retired Brains - Retired Brains is the largest independent job and information resource for boomers, retirees and people planning their retirement.
- Retiree Workforce - Retiree Workforce is dedicated to providing exciting employment opportunities for experienced and motivated retirees. Their job database contains unique part-time, flexible, seasonal and even full-time positions specifically for more experienced candidates.
- Retirement Jobs - Retirement Jobs provides access to age friendly employers, and provides job searches by location.
- Work Force 50 - Work Force 50 provides employment resources, career information, and a job search to help older workers achieve their goals.
Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability - The Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability provides information on:
- Medicare Help
- Reporting Elder Abuse
- Service Providers