Working After Retirement
Most of us are more than a little uneasy about the current economic situation. Experts can spin it any way they like, but times are tough and getting tougher. From the looks of it, we won't be digging out of this hole anytime soon.
Inflation has eroded retiree purchasing power. Housing values are down as are portfolio values. And, the huge costs of health care, even after Medicare kicks in, are rising faster than inflation. (A couple retiring in 2008 who are both 65, will spend out of pocket an average of $242,000 during the combined remainder of their lifetimes.)
As a result, a growing number of retirees are now looking for ways to supplement their income. At least one in four older Americans have postponed their retirement or want to return to the workforce.
Now that boomers are beginning to retire, employers are losing the knowledge and experience that's critical to their continued success. Because they can't afford to wait for Gen Xers to learn these skills, 4 in 10 employers have designed programs to encourage late-career workers to stay past their traditional retirement age.
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Florida Jobs 100s of jobs throughout Florida, updated daily.
Florida Jobs the State of Florida's jobs databank.
Florida Jobs Link links to classified ads for jobs in Florida and more.
How Work Affects Your Benefits (Social Security Publication No.05-10069).
Job.com post your resume free and receive a free evaluation.
Retired Brains Return to work after retirement. Part-time, full-time, temporary jobs for retirees in every state.
Thingamajob.com a wide spectrum of jobs opportunities in every state.
U.S. Department of Labor information on every step of the job search.
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