The traditional retirement age of 65 is fading, just as the boomer generation begins hitting it. The idea of staying in one job for an entire career is also disappearing, and that can be good news for those looking to make a move. "In their 50s and 60s, people's priorities change," says Marc Freedman, founder and CEO of Civic Ventures / Encore.org. "They realize that the road doesn't go on forever. I think it causes a lot of people to re-evaluate what kind of job they want to do." Several other news outlets ran this article, including CBS News' MoneyWatch, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Austin American-Statesman and The Buffalo News.
New Job Opportunities for Boomers as Traditional Retirement Age Fades
Publication / Initial Date:
Tuesday, June 5, 2012