"View the latest pictures, photos and images from No Country for Old Men - In rural Texas, welder and hunter Llewelyn Moss discovers the remains of several drug runners who have all killed each other in an exchange gone violently wrong. Rather than report the discovery to the police, Moss decides to simply take the two million dollars present for himself. This puts the psychopathic killer, Anton Chigurh, on his trail...with relentlessly growing intensity as Chigurh closes in. Meanwhile, the laconic Sherrif Ed Tom Bell blithely oversees the investigation even as he struggles to face the sheer enormity of the crimes he is attempting to thwart."
A great movie and theme about how the growing mayhem in society bewilders a long time Sheriff who has pretty much seen everything up until now. I'm intrigued about this theme of growing old on-the-job and what it means for a growing population of graying professionals and the industries they work in.
We're all going there...old age... if we're lucky. With the upheaval of the world economies in terms of savings, job availability and delayed retirements, among other things--can the elderly compete and survive for what's coming?
I've been in recruiting roles for the past 41 years. On Feb 14th I'll be going on 42 years.
I'd like to know from my fellow recruiters, in your view, is the recruiting field now becoming No Country For Old Men and Women?
Is age in any field an asset or a liability?
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