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slides: 10 Creative Ways for Seniors To Keep Working

Friday, August 10, 2012

 

There is no question that not all Central Mass residents are ready--if able--to retire. And for older residents, job prospects can seem even more daunting. But don't lose hope! A recent study of corporate executives notes that "advancing age plays a significant role” in a manager's ability to tackle tasks with passion, vigor, and competence, with peak vitality at age 57. Harness those gifts out in the workforce, with the following set of creative ideas for Baby Boomers.


 

 

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