Job Search Resources for 50+ Year Olds


The work-from-home environment is enticing for all ages. Fortunately, with the virtual environment growing, there is an abundance of new opportunities available for everyone!

Whether you are looking for virtual work or local, AARP has put together an awesome list of job resources for jobs searchers who are 50-plus. This list is so awesome we just had to make you all aware!

Retired Brains

For older boomers, seniors, and retirees.


A nationwide online Career Center for job seekers 50 and over.


For older scientists, engineers and product developers.

My Employment Options is a national Social Security Administration (SSA) Employment Network in the Ticket To Work program. They specialize in helping recipients of Social Security disability benefits (SSDI) and (SSI). They help to find suitable employment in either Work-From-Home or local positions.

For retirees and mature workers.

USA Jobs

Lets you browse federal government job openings.

The Riley Guide

Career advice plus links to thousands of websites that offer job postings and resources.

Links to a wide range of employment websites and career resources.


Internet resources on job hunting and career management; includes an online bookstore and bi-weekly newsletter.

Quintessential Careers

Comprehensive site for job search and career advice. Use the search page to find articles geared to 50+ workers, including changing careers, résumés, age bias and lots more.

Wall Street Journal – Careers

The Wall Street Journal’s executive career site. Find job postings, salary information, advice on managing your career and an online forum.

Career One-Stop Centers

Centers provide employment assistance to job seekers in over 2,000 communities across the U.S., offering help with finding a job, planning your next career steps or change, locating training, and coping with job loss. To find one near you, call toll-free 877-US2-JOBS (877-872-5627).

Formerly called Senior Job Bank, WorkForce50 states that their mission is:

“To find and promote quality employment opportunities for America’s older workers– remains the same but is even more compelling today than at the launch.”

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

Provides information, one-on-one counseling, and training at no charge to individuals who seek to start a business. SBA centers are located throughout the country and have libraries, special services for women entrepreneurs, and access to market research databases.

Social Security Administration (SSA)

Find details on the earnings limit and other benefits issues.


Find job opportunities and networking for executive jobs in the $100K employment market. Requires paid membership (30-, 90-, 180- and 360-day options).


A volunteer organization devoted to helping its members find jobs. It offers a training course, job search counseling, résumé development, weekly peer support meetings and other resources, all supported by member fees.

Five O’Clock Club

This is a career coaching and outplacement network for professionals, managers, and executives.

In Summary…

If you have an account with AARP, take advantage of the resources they have because they have some great options. One of those options includes a work channel that provides information to benefit job searchers age 50-plus.

We wish you the best in your job search!

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