Two years ago, my good friend Joe, 62, went to his regularly scheduled meeting with the accounting officer in his firm. Joe was shocked when he saw his boss sitting with the financial guy. He was thanked for his years of service as Vice-President of Sales, given a severance package, a box to pack up his things, and was sent on his way. Joe was in shock for weeks. He had been a stellar producer for years. In these last two years, Joe has been unable to find a job at the same level. Who wants to hire a 64-year-old mid-level manager?
Tim, in his early 60’s lost his job as Director of... Read More