people of maturity are hiding their identity, or at the least misdirecting people from the shameful fact that they are not in their twenties. Can you picture the outrage if gays were forced back in the closet to get work? If people of diverse cultural heritage had to change their name to remove the perceived stigma of their background? If women were asked to pose as men in order to get work, like some sick version of a Shakespeare comedy? But believe it or not, subterfuge is standard advice for mature job-seekers. Don’t list too many jobs on your resume, experts warn.
How Can We Achieve Age Diversity in Silicon Valley?
Steven Levy

I can’t hide the fact that I’m not in my 20s and am grateful to have found that ZEDO, where I do the bulk of my consulting, has forgotten that because I can do something many people in their 20s can’t: I can write.

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