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Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Today’s recommended Ramadan reading

Today’s recommended Ramadan reading:

Getting old is inevitable. Becoming crusty, grumpy and unable to cope with change isn’t. That’s the take-home from the Wall Street Journal’s Sue Shellenbarger, whose advice to the olds are words to live by: “Would your boss hire you again with the skills you have now? Being able to answer yes takes some smart moves to keep your skills fresh, your attitude upbeat and your personal style up-to-date.” Despite the headline, the story has little to do with tech. It doesn’t matter whether you’re on day one of your first job, in your 60s, or running your own business, read: In a digital era, how can older workers stay in the game.

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