The unprecedented technology-driven evolution of the workplace can leave older workers feeling obsolete. Here's how to stave off extinction. Updated Oct. 27, 2013
This three-part series is all about staying vital in the workplace, even if you're not the youngest employee. Learn how by adjusting your attitude, keeping your technical skills up and staying in style.
Marj Bergstrom, a training supervisor and senior career counselor for Plymouth-based human resources consulting firm Trusight, offered these tips for how to avoid becoming the office dinosaur.
The onslaught of new technology, from smartphones to social media, can leave experienced workers feeling prehistoric. Avoid professional extinction by answering the call of the digital era.
These days, success in the workplace often means adapting to advances in new technology. But your personal style can be just as important.
Michael Maupin and Lee Ann Wahi after their makeover.
Lee Ann Wahi and Michael Maupin both have jobs they love, but looks they loathe. Worried that they might be passed up by more stylish, perhaps younger colleagues, they turned to expert help.
Dress to the nines while working 9 to 5 with these tips from Twin Cities image consultant Carly Gatzlaff.
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