What unemployment at 63 looks like — Campari & Sofa

A very insightful look at one woman’s experience with late-career unemployment – a perspective that often gets overlooked in reports of corporate downsizing and layoffs.

 

“It feels like a divorce. 31 years with the same man and then you are abandoned for a younger woman.” The “man” in question is, in fact, a corporation; Mattel,…

via What unemployment at 63 looks like — Campari & Sofa

2 comments

  1. I can’t imagine being made redundant at 63 — my heart goes out to her! But she sounds hard-working, smart, and buoyant. I’ll send out positive thoughts that those traits will carry her into a brand-new career.

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