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> Maybe this has happened to you. Maybe not. Are we going to argue about
> whose experience is more valid? Silly waste of time. I'm not going to
> change my opinion that age discrimination is rampant and nearly
> ineradicable in Silicon Valley. Smart employers will hire experienced,
> mature older workers; fools will not. As in any field of endeavor, the
> fools outnumber the smart folks.
> My advice to job seekers remains: try not to let on how old you are
> you interview for a job.
So you can be hired by fools? I prefer not to work for fools. :-)
BTW, I'm one of the oldest people at least at this location of my
company (~120). Not only am I significantly older than my boss, I'm
older than my boss's boss's boss. And probably beyond that.
Hey, Chris -- my lottery number was 351. Beat that! :-)
Richard G. Combs
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