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Hey ambitious professionals, it's Linda Rainer of Linda Raynor Comm, a career strategist and intuitive purpose coach. I help driven professionals like you enhance your personal brand so that you can pursue a career you'll truly enjoy. Lately, I've been receiving a common question from clients and people on my email list regarding ageism and its impact on job hunting. They want to know if ageism is a real issue and how to navigate through it to find great job opportunities. As someone who has experience as a recruiter and now works as a career strategist, I can confirm that ageism does exist in hiring processes. However, there is a deeper truth to it. Ageism only affects you if you believe that it is the sole reason you're not getting job offers. In reality, there are likely other factors at play. It is essential to take a deeper look at how you approach your job search, how you present yourself in interviews, and your mindset when it comes to job hunting. If you solely believe that age is the only barrier, it will be challenging to acknowledge other areas that may require improvement. To shift your focus from age, ask yourself three critical questions: 1. Is my resume truly exceptional? As a seasoned professional, your experience is an advantage. However, be careful not to overwhelm your resume with every detail and skill you've ever accumulated. Tailor your resume to the specific job you are applying for, highlighting relevant qualifications. 2. How am I presenting myself in interviews? Avoid assuming that your experience alone makes you the obvious choice for the job. Instead, make an effort to sell yourself effectively and demonstrate your enthusiasm and ability to meet the job requirements. 3. Am I portraying the type of candidate the employer is looking for? Reflect on your resume...