The workforce gap is presenting older workers opportunities for flexibility and new careers. According to an article in the Star Tribune’s “The Good Life” insert, “organizations are increasingly open to employing older workers. With 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 each day and many of them retiring, the number of available employees is shrinking; some industries are encountering labor shortages.”

While companies prosper, older workers enjoy free golf, money for travel and creative outlets.

 

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