At some point between the ages of 50 and 59, half of workers will lose their jobs. Some are voluntarily stepping away, but the vast majority are being laid off or pushed out, even in countries where ageism is illegal. We talk to a 72-year-old job seeker and a top career coach to find out what seasoned professionals can do to even the odds.

  • Podcast Guest

    Joe Seldner

    Writer/Producer, Founder, Senior Poverty Prevention Project
    Stanford University

    Joe has more than 35 years of experience in journalism, entertainment, and non-profits. He began his career as a journalist, earning a Pulitzer Prize nomination, then moved to the entertainment world, at Columbia Pictures, then as creative executive for Tom Hanks, and later producing the HBO film “61*” and other independent projects, and starting the news department for the largest cable TV company in the country.

  • Podcast Guest

    Loretta Barr

    Leadership & Career Executive Coach
    Korn Ferry

    Connecting clients in the areas of learning, leadership development, career, executive coaching, DE&I, and talent development. Loretta applies best-practice approach, introducing methodologies, creating processes and frameworks, contributing innovative ideas for measurable success.

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