Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Working Past Retirement Age, Because You Want To Do So

Not everyone wants to retire. Some folks continue to work because they need to while others continue to work because they want to do so. The Washington Post addressed this in a recent article,  Don’t want to retire? Here’s how to maintain a fulfilling career into your 80s and beyond. "People age 75 and over, including our fresh-on-the-job president, are the fastest-growing group in the labor force, even though “age discrimination is very real,” said Susan Weinstock, vice president of financial resilience at AARP." The author of the article explores the wellness advantages of continuing to work and reviews the habits of those interviewed for the article:

  1. view work as pleasure
  2. healthy eating and exercise is a must.
  3. Keep stress in check.
  4. Mentor and nurture others, as well as yourself.

Thanks to Professor Naomi Cahn for sending me the link to this article.

 

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/elder_law/2021/03/working-past-retirement-age-because-you-want-to-do-so.html

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