Career advice for over 50s

Tailored to over 50s job seekers and career changers

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Wherever you are in your job search, our career advice is here to help. All of our career and job search resources are tailored to job seekers in their 50s, 60s and beyond. And if you have a question that isn’t answered here, please do head over to our community forum to ask it there.

Get career advice and support​

Sometimes, it’s helpful to get a fresh perspective and to have the chance to talk things over with someone. Although most of the support we offer is delivered through our online resources, we do offer a couple of services for those who would like some more personalised help.

Work with a career coach to help take your career in a new direction, or simply to find fulfilment through work. They’ll work with you to understand what you want from your career and help you to develop a clear path forward.

Working with a life coach can help you discover and articulate your goals, uncover possible blocks, and put strategies in place to achieve your desired outcomes.

With our CV review and rewriting services, we’ll help make your CV the ultimate tool for opening doors and landing interviews.

Knowing more about your behaviour – and yourself – can help you lead a life with less friction and greater fulfilment.

Help us understand more about what you’d like to achieve. 

Lots of people get to the point in life where they want something different. If you’re excited about the idea of a new challenge, our career change guides are here to give you a jump start…

If you’re looking for some help in taking your career in a new direction, or simply to find fulfilment through work, working with a career coach or consultant can help. 

career coaching

With offer a number of CV support packages, designed to help make your CV the ultimate tool for opening doors and landing interviews.

 
CV review service

Present your best self during an interview with personal interview coaching services from professional career coaches.

Interview coaching

Being made redundant can be an unsettling time at any point in your life. It can feel daunting to step out of the comfort of a steady job and move into a period of uncertainty.

However, the most important thing you can do is begin to take considered actions that will help to take you forward. Even taking a few small steps at the start can help to make you feel better, and give you that sense of taking control.

Head over to our jobs and careers community forum and ask a question, or see what other Rest Less members are posting.

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