People in their 60s, 70s and beyond still want stimulating jobs. Researchers and workplace experts are figuring out what late-in-life careers could look like.
As the author begins the article…”When I turned 60 a couple of years ago, friends started asking about my retirement plans. This was shocking, given I’m just as healthy, energetic and curious about the world as I was at age 40. My parents lived until their 90s, so why on earth would I give up the most stimulating part of my life if I hope to live three more decades?”
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