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Biography: Jeffrey C. Taylor

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Jeffrey C. Taylor
Founder & CEO, Eons.com
Founder, Monster.com

Jeff Taylor has been recognized as an innovator and visionary in both the Internet and career industries since his "monster idea" became the leading online career site, Monster.com. Taylor left Monster in August 2005 to pursue a new unprecedented venture, Eons, Inc., targeting people 50+, and now serves as Eons' CEO and founder.

At Monster, Taylor's mantra was, "It's half about a better job, and half about a better life." With the jobs aspect fulfilled, Taylor is now focused on helping people enjoy a "better life." As momentum began to build around the baby boomer exit from the labor force, Taylor, an entrepreneur at heart, was inspired by the massive post-retirement opportunities and started Eons with the mission to inspire boomers and seniors to live the biggest life possible. Taylor's new mantra is "Let's live to be 100 or die trying."

Taylor is a frequent speaker at colleges and universities across the country and serves as an expert at technology, advertising and human capital conferences. Taylor co-authored the book, "Monster Careers," which hit bookstores nationwide in April 2004 and offers job seekers a step-by-step plan for finding the job of their dreams.

Taylor serves on both the National and Massachusetts boards of directors of Junior Achievement and is also a board member of Boston's Wang Center for the Performing Arts. Taylor holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst; a Certificate-Owner/President Management (OPM) Program, Executive Education, Harvard Business School; and an Honorary Doctorate from Bentley College.

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