Ref : @The Globe And Mail I retired at the end of 2011, at age 62, from a career as an organizational development practitioner. One of the first things I did in retirement was take a one-month trip to Mexico. It was the longest vacation I had ever taken until
Ref : Coughlin J. @Forbes “I thought you retired,” I say teasingly to an old friend. He turns swiftly and in a somewhat irate tone, responds, “I am retired!” The 66-year old ‘retired’ engineer goes on, “I simply do what I want, when I want.” Pausing, he says, “And, for

I needed something to do

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Ref : Eisenberg R. @MarketWatch ‘I needed something to do’: How working in retirement is being embraced by older adults and companies For many years, Georgia McManus of Waynesville, N.C., enjoyed her job writing commercial insurance policies for Stanberry Insurance and serving customers. Soon after she retired in 2018, McManus
Ref : Hannon K. For older workers who retired and are considering a return to the workplace, the tight labor market is promising. “There’s a wide gamut of opportunities that people pursue after retirement,” according to Kimberly Schneiderman, a career coach and Randstad RiseSmart senior practice development manager. A

What to do about women’s retirement income gap

Posted by . on  March 9, 2022
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Ref : Sigrid F. @Winnipeg Sun Women have to work an extra two years, compared to men, to afford retirement For many women, working nine to five doesn’t guarantee they’ll make a living large enough to carry them through retirement.That’s because while the gender pay gap means Canadian women on

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