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7 Overall

7 Applicability

6 Innovation

7 Style


Recommendation

Once, few US citizens older than 65 remained in the workplace, but today, the majority of American men and women are healthy and active well past that age, and many need to work. Writer Allyn I. Freeman and financial planner Robert E. Gorman, both in their 60s, offer practical advice, tactics, tips and resources based on their experiences finding new work. getAbstract recommends this life manual to retired seniors seeking to rejoin the workforce and to those under 60 who should plan ahead. HR outsourcers will appreciate the work-search resources.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why many people of retirement age need to remain in or return to the workforce,
  • What tactics seniors should follow when looking for work and
  • How seniors should behave when they find a new job.
 

About the Authors

Allyn I. Freeman is a professional writer with book and TV experience. Robert E. Gorman is a financial planning and insurance expert.

 

Summary

Deep-Seated Concerns
Every year, four million Americans turn 50. As they consider the remaining decades of their lives, many focus on: “Longevity” – Years ago, many Americans died before they became old enough to collect Social Security. Today, most Caucasian men born...

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