Monday, February 20, 2012

Working after retirement

  • Retirement is taking on a whole new meaning for many midlifers: Some 57 percent of workers over 60 would seek a new job after retirement, according to a recent survey by Harris Interactive© for CareerBuilder and
  • (Huffington Post)
  • A study conducted by CareerBuilder revealed that 57 percent of workers age 60-plus plan to look for a new job after retiring from their current company, showing that retirement no longer means the end of ones working days.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • After our recent retirement our marginal tax rate rate has dropped from I can manage my investments to time capital gains so that I pay little in taxes; also, when I was working, my adjusted gross income was much higher.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • That's when Snyder, 67, plans to retire after spending the past three years as a key liaison Most recently, Snyder has been working on a long-range plan to identify, preserve and enhance downtown public spaces.
  • (Olympian)
  • "More than half of people currently age 60-plus will have to continue working in some capacity for years after their official retirement, and one in 10 don't think they'll ever be able to retire.
  • (Forbes)
  • Never mind about the confusion of working in retirement, which used to be an oxymoron you get your monthly check for life (and possibly your spouse will after you pass away). Nowadays fewer and fewer employers are offering these plans.
  • (Evening Star)
  • We have lots of hard-working, middle-class clients who never made SAVING FOR RETIREMENT: The Castillas said they saved for retirement for decades.
  • (Modesto Bee)
  • After five or 10 years the American worker gets another and a comprehensive free health care system at retirement.
  • (American Reporter)
  • One Womens Journey from Career To Retirement.
  • (Calgary Herald)

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