Ronna Felsky has been out of the workforce since 1991.
After a life spent raising children and supporting her husband’s career, the 55-year-old has found herself divorced and facing one of the toughest job markets in history — especially for the Baby Boomer generation.
So she’s getting plastic surgery — a nose job plus a procedure to remove the dark circles under her eyes.
"I look at this as a competition, I have to sell myself to potential employers. If I’m looking old and haggard that’s going to be a minus,” said Felsky, whose name has been changed to protect her anonymity. “People my age aren’t getting hired, they’re getting buyouts or getting laid off.”
Felsky is just one of a growing number of older Americans getting plastic surgery so they can be competitive in the job market. Read more about this story on PBJ.com
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