Older and on the Market
Searching for employment tends to make people anxious about the ways in which they are different from the typical candidate. One such factor is age, especially if you are older than average on the market. I heard from two readers who had such concerns. One wrote: "A growing number of us earn PhDs post-40, post-50. I'm 58. I've been told pointblank not to even think of applying for conventional teaching positions."
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