Aug 01, 2018 - 05:12 AM
The first step is to apply for jobs that do not care how old you are. If you are fluent in a second language, then you can apply to be an interpreter. Other great jobs for senior citizens include patient advocate, dietitian, independent contractor, accountant, and personal financial adviser. You can also look into retail positions, which often require seasonal help.
To make yourself a more attractive job candidate, you should also consider taking classes and earning certifications to expand your skill set. Since many jobs now require technical and digital skills, you can take a course at a local community college, which will not be a huge investment. That way you have more relevant qualifications to put on your resume.