xamples mentioned here, one ageism stereotype is missing—that of ENERGY LEVEL. Many employers and their recruiters are concerned about the effect of age on a candidate’s ability to effectively meet the physical and psychological demands of the job and the work environment. Some jobs and places of employment are more challenging than others.
My suggestion to older job candidates is to include mention of athletic involvements. These can be entered under the heading of: “Personal Interests” on one’s resume. And if they actually have no athletic involvements—if they can, I highly suggest they engage in some. They will experience the benefits therein.
As an over 60 year old professional recruitment consultant, I proudly mention my activity and accomplishments in Track & Field competitions even to this day. A mention of “All American” standing will dispel any concerns that I would have any problems adjusting to a physically demanding job. And the mention of being a “competitive athlete” suggests what all employers want to hear—that you care about results.…
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