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Employment

See also the Next Step work resources under the Bookstore and Resources tab at http://engagedretirement.org/index.cfm

AARP MONEY & WORK


JOBSEEKERS

JobSeekers is a volunteer-run job counseling and support group for people who are unemployed or changing careers. They meet every Tuesday at 7:30pm at Trinity Episcopal Church, 33 Mercer St, Princeton.


NEXT STEP: ENGAGED RETIREMENT AND ENCORE CAREERS

A program of PSRC designed to help people age 50+ plan a successful retirement, design and pursue an encore career, or to build job skills for re-employment


ON-LINE JOB POSTINGS

Be wary of any job postings that require you to pay fees or make an investment. They are in all probability a scam. A legitimate placement agency will NEVER ask you to pay a placement fee. Their fees are always paid by the employer. Another scam is work-at-home proposals that require you to pay for "supplies." These outfits often promise huge returns that are simply not possible for the kind of work they propose. Check out such proposals on the Scambusters.org web site: www.scambusters.org/

One of the largest on-line websites for job postings of all types: www.careerbuilder.com

Also try Craigs List: http://cnj.craigslist.org/


RETIREMENTJOBS.COM

RetirementJobs.com's goal is to identify companies most suited to older workers and match them with active, productive, conscientious, mature adults seeking a job or project that matches their lifestyle.


SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM

Sponsored by the National Council on Aging, SCSEP allows individuals to develop the skills and self-confidence needed to find private employment while earning a modest income. Participants remain productive and independent by contributing their talent and services to their communities in a variety of ways--as child care providers, customer service representatives, teachers' aids, and job developers, among others. Many NCOA SCSEP participants are enrolled in special NCOA training, where they learn computer technology, light home-builder trades, and health care. Many SCSEP participants also pursue a high school degree, college education, or specific vocational certificate.


The Princeton Senior Resource Center does not endorse any of the resources listed on these pages. We collect and provide information from many sources as a service to those seeking services in the Princeton area. No listed provider pays to be in our directory.



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