By Jack Anderson, originally posted on Living Healthy. Anyone that is a Baby Boomer – those of us born between 1946-1964 (full disclosure, that includes me) HATES the word “retired.” AARP is a curse word to us. We aren’t old. We can’t be old. It’s just not possible. And in a lot of ways, we are … Read More
Terence C. Gannon, originally posted on Medium. I had breakfast with a friend of mine not too long ago and our conversation turned to, as it often does with those hovering around the 60 year mark, to the subject of retirement. That started with a passing comment about my father who had recently entered his … Read More
Originally posted on Eerdword.com. R. Paul Stevens is professor emeritus of marketplace theology and leadership at Regent College, Vancouver, British Columbia, and author of a number of books on the spirituality of work. The following is an excerpt from his new book Aging Matters: Finding Your Calling for the Rest of Your Life. There is no question … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Erin Callan on the lack of work/life balance and how the financial crisis changed her perspective. Click here to continue reading.
Originally posted at Made to Flourish. BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE FILM This film is about Ben (Robert De Niro), a 70-year-old widower, who is tired of retirement. He applies and is hired to be a “senior intern” at an online fashion company and works under the founder and head of the company, Jules Austen (Anne … Read More
How to Get Back to Work After a Career Break | Carol Fishman Cohen, originally posted on TED, on YouTube. If you’ve taken a career break and are now looking to return to the workforce, would you consider taking an internship? Career reentry expert Carol Fishman Cohen thinks you should. In this talk, hear about … Read More