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After retirement, many people get a retirement job either for income or as a way to stay vital.
Work after retirement has a tremendous number of emotional, physical, intellectual, and financial benefits. And, many retirees find jobs or even volunteer gigs that they really love.
Do retirees have an obligation to work? Are the benefits of a retirement job worth it? Many say no way.
Experts predict lifespans will increase to 100 years or more. Explore the past, present and future of retirement in light of increasing longevity.
The best part time retirement jobs will keep you young, improve your finances, help you secure healthcare, and/or make you happy. Here are 20 of the best opportunities.
Planning retirement? This list might inspire you to include post retirement work. Already retired? You might be choose to return to work.
Deciding when to retire? Getting close to the date? Asking yourself what difference a year makes? Explore the financial and emotional considerations of 1 more year.
Volunteering in retirement is appealing. More than ever, workers over 50 are seeking a second chance at purposeful work. Get tips here!
Are you sick and tired of work but aren’t ready for retirement? The sabbatical may be the right answer for your burnout.
A recent study found 3 traits to help you achieve a successful retirement. Adopt these maxims to achieve a more secure future.
Second careers may be the key to a successful retirement. Get tips on the best careers and how to make money, find meaning and have fun.
You might be surprised by the facts of being an entrepreneur after 50! Financial success later in life is FAR more common than you might think.
Retirement savings programs are improving and most Americans now want to save more. What is a good employer match? How does yours compare?
You are getting better with age. Finding the right job might be more difficult. Overcome the adversity with these 9 tips.
Post pandemic there are unprecedented numbers of people who are quitting their jobs in search of a better work life balance. Why are they rethinking work and what is next for them?
So, for either financial or personal reasons you might want to work after retirement or past the traditional retirement age of 65. Read below to get answers about the best jobs after retirement. The Best Jobs After Retirement Are All About Addressing Your Needs and Your Wants Before diving into the job market, you’ll want…
Some individuals dream of the day when they can do absolutely nothing. To them, retirement is a euphoric future of sleeping in, lounging in the sun, and thinking as little as possible for the next 30 years of their lives. (Others dream up retirement business ideas.) In fact, for most of us, a life of…
Regardless of where you are in life, it’s always nice to make some extra money. And that is especially true in retirement. But, how to make money in retirement when you’re supposed to be simply enjoying the easy life? The retirement gigs listed below won’t be quite enough to cover retirement expenses, but they won’t…
For retirees, leaving the workforce means leaving a steady paycheck and beginning to tap into retirement savings and benefits. For employers, the demographic shift means finding talented replacements for individuals who have clocked decades of experience on the job. But there’s a win-win solution for both groups: a “phased” retirement, which allows older workers to…
Many people are finding that they need to work at least part-time in retirement in order to support themselves. Some people also find that they want to continue working in order to stay active. Though retirees can offer an organization incredible experience and insight, not everyone who wants part-time work in retirement is able to…
You spend most of your adult life planning for retirement. You might also spend a lot of time thinking about having grandkids one day. But what you might not predict is a phone call asking whether you’d be interested in a new job: being a childcare provider for the newest family member. Men and women…
The meaning of retirement continues to evolve. What once signified the end of work now actually means continuing to work, but often in new and different ways. Longer lives, the elimination of the guarantee of pensions for most workers, economic uncertainty, and a re-envisioning of later life are four forces driving us to stay in…
While your age should not matter when it comes to jobs, research indicates that age discrimination is a real and measurable thing. This is bad news to the masses of Americans in their 50s, 60s, and 70s who want to keep working. A retirement job or a delayed retirement is a huge part of many…
After a lifetime of working and saving, you’ve finally come to the point where you feel comfortable enough to retire. Though the long-winding path to reach this milestone was supposed to bring more peace of mind; instead, now that you’ve left the workforce, it has precipitated a fear of outliving your money. “The main financial…
Reaching age 65 once meant collecting a final paycheck. But today, more Americans are trying to delay retirement – working well into the traditional retirement years not because they have to, but because they want to. According to the Pew Research Center, nearly 20% of Americans age 65 and older reported being employed part- or…
There are benefits to going to work every day (having a place to go and people to see can keep us engaged in life in meaningful ways). What Work at Home Options Are Available to Retirees? In retirement, many of us dream of jobs with a little more flexibility. Working at home can give us…
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