How can the most interesting man in the world be young?
This is the question that closed the deal on the hiring of Jonathan Goldsmith at age 67 for the part of The Most Interesting Man in the World. He played this part from age 67 to age 77. Not a bad run at that stage in your career. As Jonathan Goldsmith is replaced by a 41 year old, the company's response to the question is now, "The word interesting has evolved over the last 10 years". The company's ad campaign is seeking a fresher look to target the 21 year old and up millennial demographic. Let's compare some interesting facts on the benefits of aging with the humorous confidence displayed in quotes about the retiring 77 year old "World's Most Interesting Man".
"Interesting" benefits of aging from Smartliving365: less negativity, greater emotional stability, clearer priorities, wiser perspective, seeing the big picture, seeing the good and ignoring the bad, higher worker satisfaction, self-appreciation and acceptance.
Popular quotes about The Most Interesting Man in the World:
"He lives vicariously through himself"
"If opportunity knocks, and he's not at home, opportunity waits"
"Once he ran a marathon because it was 'on the way'"
"He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels."
His last quote… "His only regret, not knowing what regret feels like."
In the recruiting market in the chemical and refining industry, we are seeing increased demand for senior engineers. The main reason is probably that a broader and deeper skill set fit the needs of many busy chemical companies and the senior workers require less training and management. Also, bringing in senior engineers replaces the "brain drain" of retiring experience. The overall job market has slowed a little with companies being selective for very specific matches to their needs and they are taking longer in their hiring process.