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AARP wants to help those wishing to start a new career in the new year

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RICHMOND, Va - Jean C. Setzfand, Senior Vice President of Programs at AARP, shared some helpful hints for those over 40 who wish to change careers in the new year. He discussed the latest trends in interviewing, networking, and technical skills that those outside of millennials might need to catch up on. For more information visit www.aarp.com.