How to Get a Good Job After 50
A step-by-step guide to job search success

Who’s Saying What
A step-by-step guide to job search success

Who’s Saying What


TV Review on Studio 10 | 8.30 on TEN

National Roads and Motorists’ Association

The two fundamental truths are:

  1. Employers do value older applicants.
  2. Employers are looking for three things in every applicant for every position:
  • The skills to do the job.
  • The motivation to do the job well.
  • The ability to fit well into their team.

Brisbane Courier Mail

“Tips for seniors job search success”

Cream Magazine

“This book is a must-read and that’s for anyone on either side of 50”

Senior Lifestyle

Age is not the issue. It is the perception of being too old that creates the barrier.


Yours Magazine

With dedication, preparation and these clever tips you can kickstart your career.”

50 Plus News

A great guide and a must if you are feeling as though the job market is passing you by.”

The Senior Review

From choosing the right job, to writing your resume and attending the interview, Rupert covers every angle.”

Lifestyle You

“With the right approach, you can almost guarantee getting the sort of job you want and usually within about six weeks, ” he explains, “but only if you use the right approach and work at it as if it were a full-time job.”

The Senior

Rupert French Top Tips for Job Seekers: “Job search is a full-time job ~ create a positive onlince presence ~ Don’t say ‘There aren’t any jobs’ or ‘No one wants me, I’m too old‘.”


Employment Today 

“This is such a good book with so much material packed into the pages that it is hard for me to do it proper justice in a short review … well worth a look.”

New Zealand Quarrying and Mining Magazine

“A practical guide designed especially for job seekers over 50, and encourages readers to become proactive, guiding readers step-by-step through how to write an impeccable resume that will grab an employer’s attention.”

GrownUps Blog 

“Rupert believes that employers look for three things: firstly the motivation to do the job well, the ability to fit into the existing team and the skills required to do the job. Believe it or not, the skills are often the last things they are looking at.”

Deals on Wheels 

“The book hybrids Australian and New Zealand examples together and allows the reader to be led in a step-by-step manner through the whole job seeking/ personal marketing experience … it doesn’t have that brash feel of similar books written for North American audiences … certainly a reference guide that I will be keeping on my bookshelf.”

Forward 50 

“By following French’s practical tips, job seekers will be able to take control of their job-hunting experience. They’ll also feel more positive as they learn how to network and use social media effectively in order to bring themselves to the attention of potential employers.”


Rupert French can be contacted via his Job Winners Guides website

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