How to Find Work After 50
Try consulting and part-time gigs to get your foot in the door
(This article appeared previously on MarketWatch.)
Many boomers and older Americans wish to continue working well into their 60s, 70s and even 80s; some to create extra income and increase their funds for retirement and others because they want the challenge or would just like to keep busy.
Here are nine tips to help older executives, managers and professionals find employment:
Art Koff is the founder of RetiredBrains.com, a site that serves boomers, retirees and people planning retirement. He’s also the author of Invent Your Retirement: Resources for the Good Life, published by Oakhill Press.