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If any of the "kids" start giving you a hard time about age, just ask them if they would like to compare résumés. That works pretty well; mine is two pages, condensed. A little long, but contains a lot of experience.
"Hey kid, ya ever had a defense attorney try to destroy your arse on the stand?"
Now I'm workin' on my vita.
On reflecting at dinner that he had done nothing to help anybody all day, he uttered these memorable and praise-worthy words: "Friends, I have lost a day." - Suetonius, first century A.D.
sealskin you need to put a a coke warning on that one because nearly lost a keyboard, but some very true statements.
my resume i have 2 versions short and long depending on what i want to present to them because i have a whole lot of experince despite only having 4 jobs since i started working since i was 15.
im also glad i have springbreak this comming week beecause after the first 8 weeks im worn out, especially last week in that i had 3 test and 2 major projects due within 36 hours. ok now to relax and get the site templete finished like have been saying for so long. be sides spring break the thing i would like so much of is right now would be to get some time underwater, say a hour at aboutt 30 feet should be good.
well its late and i have to work inthe morning
Pearls of Wisdom from my father
"Life is hard its lot harder when yor stupid"
"Live and Learn or Don't Live long"
"Learn from the mistakes of others, you don't have time to make them all!."
I am finishing up a fixed campus (not online) University of Phoenix program. I am at about the average age. The University has a minimum age, but I don't recall what it is.
Don't worry about being the old guy. You are apt to have your fair share of people who will look up to you and value your experience. I had a few people in my undergrad classes who were older than you, and I did look up to them.