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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Older job seekers are often interviewed by people half their age. The “Help Wanted” job series continues with advice from job coach Rita Ashley on how to avoid aging yourself out of a job opportunity. Plus, legal advice on ageism; an update on the recovery effort in Haiti; new measures to help struggling homeowners; and how the iPad will change publishing.

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Rita Ashley

Home Owners in Trouble

The deputy editor of Smart Money, Matt Heimer, clarifies what's new and what hasn't changed in Washington's latest attempt to stem the foreclosure wave, and Tom Shara President and CEO of Lakeland Bank in Oak Ridge, New Jersey talks about how small banks have been dealing with the ...

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Haiti Update

Fewer Haitian New Yorkers are applying for Temporary Protected Status than expected. Garry Pierre-Pierre, editor-publisher of The Haitian Times and host of the show Independent Sources on CUNY TV, explains why and discusses the most recent recovery news in Haiti.

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What the iPad May Do to Magazine Publishing

WNYC reporter Lisa Chow discusses how Apple’s forthcoming product will impact the magazine publishing industry.

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What Health Care Reform Means for Hospitals & Clinics

With the promise that health care reform will help 31 million more Americans afford insurance, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation president Alan D. Aviles and Community Health Care Association of New York CEO Elizabeth Swain discuss what the legislation could mean for hospitals, clinics, and the ...

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Help Wanted: Ageism

Regional attorney from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Elizabeth Grossman, describes ageism as a legal issue in NY, NJ and CT. And job search and career coach Rita Ashley, also author of the e-books Job Search Debugged and Networking Debugged, offers advice for job seekers on

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