One of the things I was most surprised by when I got into the jobs business over a decade ago was the prevalence and practice of age discrimination in hiring right here in the USA.
After a long weekend, a short bit of advice on email I picked up on Twitter this spring.
With the 4th of July coming up Saturday, it's a good time to reconsider this advice from a great American.
It's time for my twice-a-year update of the best questions for you to ask in an interview.
What follows is not just good advice about jobs, careers, or getting ahead, but also the most important stuff -- your life, your family, your loves.
Some people start their job search by looking for their next employer first. They'll create a list of companies they're most interested in and then research and explore opportunities within that universe.
Each quarter, we publish our list of the best employers and recruiters in the country. These represent the savviest, most supportive and most successful hiring professionals in the USA, and we are pleased to have them be part of the extended TheLadders family.
Would you like to see the name, title, compensation, work history and educational background of each person applying to the same jobs you're applying to here at TheLadders?
We have over ninety thousand employers looking for new employees on TheLadders, Test, and we could use your help.