UNDATED - Minnesota seniors who want to get a job can now get help from the Senior Linkage Line.  This week the program has rolled out a new initiative to assist older Minnesotans struggling to find work.

Director of the Board on Aging Jean Wood says operators will ask about three things, like: how long it's been since they've been in the workforce, how much computer skills they have, and if they have an updated resume.

To get started, call the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433, or go to their website at MinnesotaHelp.info.

The Senior Linkage Line was started in the late 1990s to help Minnesota seniors with Medicare questions.  Since then they've expanded to include more options like; tax forms, Medicare applications, and even how to buy a fishing license.