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Old 03-09-2019, 08:32 AM
 
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"Are there any other concerns or questions that you would like me to address for you."

That would be the path to draw out that concern if the hiring manager.
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Old 03-09-2019, 08:38 AM
 
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It is very easy to determine a person's age by merely looking up the person's name on the Internet. Try looking yourself up and see what you discover. A lot of times, age is the first piece of information that is revealed by any cursory search.

Such as: Joe Doe, Age 54

Certainly years of experience, date of degree conferred or high school diploma can be used. Yes, a LinkedIn profile might also reveal a person's age within a ballpark range.

And then if you manage to make it to the interview stage, your physical appearance will give you away unless you happen to look young. It is virtually impossible to get away with hiding your real age from an inquisitive potential employer.
I always search my name on Google once a week to make sure my info stays private. People will use it against you without ev ed n knowing it. People are always searching for me on Linkedin..lol.
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