Employment resources for job seekers over the age of 50
A cartoon style picture of a man being interviewed by a panel of 5 people. The interviewee sits on one side of the table with the 5 people conducting the interview sitting across the table from him. Are you 50+ and thinking that it’s time to start the job hunt? Looking for employment can be a daunting task for anyone, but when you’re visually impaired, it can be even more unsettling.

The American Federation for the Blind recently compiled a list of resources for job seekers who are over 50. The list includes links that will help with confidence by showing you skills you might not have considered, reasons to keep working as an older person, and information helpful in job hunts in 2016.

View the entire list here.

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Resources for job seekers who are blind or visually impaired and over 50

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