You're as old as you feel!
Only you can put an expiration date stamp on your dreams.
It depends on the career; for some (i. e. military officer positions) it is sooner than later. For some others there are indeed physical requirements (i. e. police). I always wanted to be a professional hockey player, I have not been drafted so I had to pursue different avenues and now since I wasn't drafted in 2015 I am thinking I will not try again. Thus, there may exist unwritten age-limits in sports also. However, for most there is no limit on age and if their primary need is someone that can critically think then physical requirements should not be an issue. Having texted that, you may have to convince the entity that is hiring that your age is not an issue.
I suggest you commence by representing your age like I do; after all some have concluded that I am 18 for the 3rd go-around our Sun. Oops you better not, my Better Half just yelled maturity is everything!
I guess if you don't need your body so much and rely basically on the mind, you can do whatever you want to do.
Yes indeed; although, it appears that you are looking after both; thus, you are well prepared for the leap...
I don't think there is an age limit to starting a new career. I met a Lady once who was age 50 at the time. She told me that she will study to become a Nurse now that her children are all grown up and she did. By the time she was 53, she finished and became a Nurse. So it does go to show that age does not matter really when it comes to careers. It is only a number.
depending on what career that accepts your age. Most office works prefer graduates and experienced employees. If you are starting off a business on your own, no age limit
Depends on the new career you want to pursue. Some fields like sports involving heavy pysical activity, military, police and similar fields require good physical fitness and younger people are supposed to be fitter than older people(though they may not be in some cases). So there might be an age bar for careers in these fields . In other fields, as long you are phyically and mentally fit, age should not be a factor, but unfortunately it is. Blame it on ageism in society.
IMO , it is never too late to start something new .
by Shawn Yeager 4 years ago
Is 30 too old to start a completely new career in a completely new field?I am working in the criminal justice system and am contemplating switching careers to the medical profession. I still get to help people, give back to my community, and make much better income to support my family.
by annalem 2 years ago
Is age 25 too old to start college as an undergrad?
by Bianu 6 years ago
I am 38 with a 7yr old son and married to the same supportive man. He has always wanted a second baby but I wasn't too sure. I am beginning to feel that time is running out for me. When will I be too old!
by Kieron Walker 6 years ago
How old is too old for a man to wear earrings?
by GeorgiaSmith 7 years ago
I am 45 and have been away from the social scene for a while (online or off) with my divorce I have begun to wonder if there is an age limit to making new friends. My daughter suggested that I go online, but am I too old for this?
by dandelionweeds 4 years ago
What age is too old for long hair?For a woman.
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