55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal
Your Guide to a Better Life
Simon & Schuster, 2019
Reclaim your dignity with midlife strategies for coping with ageism, underemployment and retirement.
Aging advocate Elizabeth White’s part-memoir, part-how-to text evokes regret and hope. You will regret not reading it sooner and you may feel resentful about the economic factors that strand many older adults – 55 and beyond – on a downward fiscal spiral. The upside: You will welcome her lessons on frugal living, meaningful choices and new career paths. Decades from now, you’ll be grateful that your younger self found time to read it.
About the Author
Elizabeth White is a frequent guest blogger and conference speaker. Her work has appeared in Barrons, Forbes, The Huffington Post, MarketWatch, Next Avenue, the American Society for Aging newsletter and The Washington Post, and she has appeared on the PBS NewsHour. Her TEDx Talk, now on the main TED stage, has more than 1.5 million views. White is a nonprofit executive and advocate for aging solutions.
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