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‘Your Next Avenue’ Season 1, Episode 8 Podcast Notes

Interview with George Schofield: The New Rules of Work After 50


Listen to Episode 8: The New Rules of Work After 50

Interview With George Schofield, author of How Do I Get There From Here?: Planning for Retirement When the Old Rules No Longer Apply.

Summary:

Advice from author George Schofield, a Next Avenue Influencer on Aging, on how people over 50 can make themselves strong job candidates for the new world of work.

Details About This Podcast:

George Schofield

George Schofield, a developmental psychologist, entrepreneur, career switcher, author of How Do I Get There From Here?, Next Avenue Influencer in Aging and adviser on career planning, retirement and life crafting after 50, talks with ‘Your Next Avenue’ host Richard Eisenberg about: what it means to live a “portfolio life;” the “old normal” and the “new normal” of work; what replaced the traditional four-stage model of life; what’s at risk for older workers; the mismatch between older workers’ skills and expertise and the in-demand jobs of the gig economy; how to keep your skills up to date so you can keep working or return to work in retirement and why he views this period over life — over 50 — as one of the most rewarding parts.

Read These Next Avenue Articles by George Schofield:

The 3 Stages of Life After 50

7 Ways to Eliminate Stereotypes About Aging

7 Ways to Succeed in Today’s Ad Hoc Workplace

5 Abilities You Need to Master After 50

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