Originally posted by Homer Phillips:
As you build up experience, at some point, management decides it would be more profitable to keep you working on yesterday's stuff.
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I'm 44. I don't hide it - my resume lists my undergraduate degree in 1981. I've never had any age related problems. I did have difficulty finding contracts for a year or two after the dot com bust, but so did everyone else in the area, of any age.
And as a contractor, I pay my own health care costs, so that's not an issue for employers either.[/QB]
Originally posted by Warren Dew:
What is your job title?
Actually, I don't know! I even checked back through the description of the position I'm contracting at and there's no title mentioned. "Contractor", I guess.
Does it matter?