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Over 50, Out of Work, Open to Change

"More and more finance executives fit that description in these days of recession and downsizing. The best cure: constant effort and a positive outlook...

Kenneth Zuerblis, the former CFO of ImClone Systems, just turned 50 and is out of work — and he could not care less. If his unemployment lasts for four years, he says, he won’t be bothered at all. Such a carefree attitude is a luxury that many other "in transition" finance executives in their 50s and 60s cannot afford, the stock-market plunge having devastated their retirement savings. In the case of Zuerblis, money is not an issue, which is why he says he is being "extremely picky" with potential employers..."
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Source: CFO.com

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