Dear Matt: I’m 60 and looking for a new job. I’ve been in the same job for 15 years and thought I’d stay until retirement. But I’d like to find something new. Will anyone hire someone my age?
Bruce Estrem is a neonatal pediatric specialist and manager of clinical education for Pediatric Home Service in Roseville.
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