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Must read MarketWatch article 14 Tips and Resources for Finding Work in Retirement. 
Very much appropriate for workers of all ages.


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There are many ways to work at home and make good money.

Many of our visitors have made inquiries about ways they can make some money while they are in between jobs and others are interested in ways to help make ends meet after they have retired. Click Work at Home to reach hundreds of resources that will help you do just that and also give you an idea of what you can expect to earn. Click on these links to reach specific areas of interest to you.

Many are delaying their retirement and take temporary and part time jobs.

82% of working Americans over 50 say it is at least somewhat likely they will work for pay in retirement, according to a poll by the Associated Press.  The survey found that 47% of those working now expect to retire later than they previously thought. Additional surveys have shown that temporary and part-time jobs and seasonal work are a great deal easier to find than a full-time job.

There is no cost to search for a job nor do you have to register to do so.  Click here and enter the appropriate job descriptive information in the keywords box, location box and search radius box.

Start your own business

Starting your own business can be a challenging but rewarding endeavor. Planning for success is one of the best ways to ensure your efforts will be profitable.

Data from the Kauffman Foundation shows the highest rate of entrepreneurship in America has shifted to the 55–64 age groups, with people over 55 almost twice as likely to found successful companies as those between 20 and 34, and individuals between the ages of 54 and 64 represented 22.9% of the entrepreneurs who launched businesses. The business formation rate for people ages 45 to 54 is also higher than average.

A third of workers age 55 and older who were laid off in the past 12 months and did not find a job said they were considering starting their own business. Click start your own businessfor a great deal of information on this subject.. You can also view successful small business enterprises which required very little start-up money

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