The friendly guide for retirees who want to get back into the workforce
More than 76 million baby boomers will begin retiring in 2011. Eighty percent of boomers expect to continue working past the age of 65 due to financial and healthcare concerns (seniorcitizensguide.com, 1-06). Working After Retirement For Dummies shows retirees and workers approaching retirement age how to stay in the workforce and thrive after 65 or get back into the workforce after retirement. The book covers new job searching and resume writing; how to overcome employer myths about retirement age workers; and the flexibility of various career options from telecommuting to job sharing. In addition, it also covers nontraditional job search methods that work particularly well for seniors. Even retirement age workers who just want to volunteer their time will find helpful, straightforward advice on getting back to work at any age.
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Covers job hunting, resume writing, and career options
Make the most of your golden years and do what you enjoy!
Thinking about going back to work — or staying on the job? This practical guide gives workers who have achieved the big "R" — or are about to — solid advice, from how to stay in the workforce and thrive, to finding that ideal job for the next chapter in your life. You'll see how to manage your money wisely, brush up on interviewing skills, and get the health care you need for the rest of your life.
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Lita Epstein, MBA, excels at translating complex financial topics critical to people’s everyday life. She enjoys helping people develop good financial, investing, and tax-planning skills. She designs and teaches online courses on topics such as investing for retirement, getting ready for tax time, and finance and investing for women.
Lita lives in a 55-plus community in Florida and works (and plays) with many people who moved there after retirement, but for various reasons have gone back to work. Some because they were bored, but many because their money just isn’t going as far as they thought. Others have gone back to work to get access to group health insurance, because it is just too expensive to buy on an individual basis.
Lita has over a dozen books on the market, including Streetwise Crash Course MBA, Streetwise Retirement Planning, and Alpha Teach Yourself Retirement Planning in 24 Hours, as well as books on Social Security and Medicare. Lita also is a faculty member in the College of Graduate Business and Management at the University of Phoenix.
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