Abbott Nutrition

Proper nutrition is the foundation for healthy lives, which is why we at Abbott Nutrition have been developing science-based nutrition products for 113 years. Our goal in developing these products is to support your patients through all stages of life, from infancy to childhood to adulthood and everywhere in-between, so that they are able to live the fullest life possible.
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Having been laid off from the company and then coming back in as a contractor, applied for positions. Wasn't making it to any interviews. Asked a recruiter as to why I wasn't making it to any of the interviews that I applied to the position. Pretty much told that I had too much experience, when directly asked if I was too old to get back in, said "I didn't say that" but it was pretty much implied.

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Ability360

Ability360 advocates personal responsibility – by, and for, people with disabilities – as a means to independence. To help consumers achieve self-sufficiency, Ability360 offers comprehensive programs
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I don't think Ability360 necessarily seeks out older workers, but they are open to hiring people of all ages & definitely do not push them out as workers get older.

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ABLON & CO

Ablon and Company, P.L.L.C. is a Dallas CPA firm providing comprehensive accounting and tax services for businesses in the Dallas area. We are a well-respected firm with a reputation for expertise and integrity.
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I have worked there I am 63, and worked others older and younger than myself, age had no factor . A great place to work.

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