7/18/2014 – Learning to Make Work More Like Summer Camp

Jul 18, 2014 Comments Off by

As baby boomers redefine retirement and puzzle about how to stretch their nest eggs, they are negotiating the boundaries between work and leisure. In a 2013 study conducted by Merrill Lynch and the consulting firm Age Wave, 70 percent of preretirees said they wanted to work after retirement but most were “seeking flexible work arrangements such as working part time or alternating between periods of work and time off.” As a result, some are choosing jobs in tourism and hospitality.

Read the full article at The New York Times.

Center, Financial Security 2014, Longevity News 2014

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