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This Week in Jobs: 18 golden opportunities for growing your tech career

Love (and a new gig) shouldn’t be limited by age.

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Bachelor Nation is going golden.

The popular ABC franchise “The Bachelor,” where singles look for love, is getting a spinoff, the network announced this week.

“The Golden Bachelor” will follow the 71-year-old father of two, Gerry Turner, as he looks for love. Producers are seeking women in their golden age (65+) to pair up with Gerry.

While this isn’t the reality show’s first spinoff, it’s the first to feature a decidedly different age group. There’s no wrong age to look for love! Just like there’s no wrong time to seek out a new gig.

Speaking of, we’re rich with new opportunities this week.

The News

Can virtual reality foster community? Here’s how DC-area startup Vita Vita is using the technology to help older adults find connection and enrichment.

Forget power lunches. Pittsburgh’s Dinks and Deals events are bringing area entrepreneurs together over rounds of pickleball.

The Supreme Court’s ruling regarding Biden loan forgiveness was a blow to many borrowers, but here’s how changes to income-driven repayment plans could mean federal student loan forgiveness for over 800,000 people.

Technology and healthcare company NeuroFlow’s leadership development program is upskilling employees, fostering culture and boosting retention.

The Jobs

Philly + Delaware

DC + Baltimore



The End

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