Job guru Richard Fein, author of numerous interview books and articles, now offers his expertise to the over-55 set. According to a survey by the AARP, seven out of ten workers that are 45 and older plan to work during the retirement years. People are living longer than ever, and many are finding that retiring in their 50s or 60s leaves them feeling restless and may even leave them without enough money to maintain their accustomed lifestyle. For a variety of reasons, more and more people are finding themselves in the workplace at an advanced age and facing a new set of circumstances.
The Baby Boomer's Guide to the New Workplace is an upbeat, yet realistic, book for people who plan to work during their senior years. It is a book about the reasons people work, the choices they make, what they enjoy, what they don't, and the techniques everyone needs to know to land the right job.
Visit the author's Web site at www.RichardFein.com.
Richard Fein received both a Master of Arts and a Master of Business Administration before beginning his impressive career in advising and program management. He was the director of Undergraduate Placement at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he was the founding director of placement program for over 450 seniors. Fein has written numerous books including 95 Mistakes Job Seekers Make…and How to Avoid Them, 101 Dynamite Questions to Ask at Your Job Interview, 101 Great Jobs and How to Get Them, 111 Dynamite Ways to Ace Your Job Interview, and First Job: A New Grad's Guide to Launching Your Business Career. In addition to this impressive list of published work, Fein has also been a guest on over 30 television and radio interviews concerning career issues.