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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...
Regardless of chronological age, there is a lot to learn and leverage from the ongoing search for meaning in life. Will you continue to contribute to society in some way when you are "older"?
To some, working beyond 65 may seem unnatural and carrying on into our 70s positively outré. But soon, according to the World Health Organization, holding a job on our 100th birthday won't be unusual.
Reinvention holds enormous appeal for Baby Boomers like us. Who isn't eager to try something new? Who doesn't have a dream they'd love to bring to life? Who doesn't want to be part of a world-changing venture?
When I started writing "RIPE," everywhere I looked, there were high-profile examples of people who had reinvented their careers in midlife. One day, though, I spotted something different.
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