The world is changing for seniors, and they in turn are changing the world.
Today’s longevity is historically unique; there is no blueprint for what to do with an additional 20 to 30 years. Seniors around the globe are designing their ways into new lives, and the world is waking up
by Stuart Rosenfield
You’re well over 50 years old, and the company where you thought you’d retire just told you services were no longer needed. It’s a scary situation – but I’ve been there – 3 times.
You quickly apply for jobs, have some interviews (if you are lucky), but get passed
Author: Abbey B. Garber
Partner, Thompson & Knight
When 50Plus-Today asked me to write about my second act, I wasn’t sure where to start. I recently joined the Dallas office of the law firm of Thompson & Knight, after spending over 31 years with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel.
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