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Working After Retirement For Dummies

Paperback Engels 2007 9780470087909
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The friendly guide for retirees who want to get back into the workforce

More than 76 million baby boomers will begin retiring in 2011. Eighty percent of boomers expect to continue working past the age of 65 due to financial and healthcare concerns (seniorcitizensguide.com, 1–06). Working After Retirement For Dummies shows retirees and workers approaching retirement age how to stay in the workforce and thrive after 65 or get back into the workforce after retirement. The book covers new job searching and resume writing; how to overcome employer myths about retirement age workers; and the flexibility of various career options from telecommuting to job sharing. In addition, it also covers nontraditional job search methods that work particularly well for seniors. Even retirement age workers who just want to volunteer their time will find helpful, straightforward advice on getting back to work at any age.


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Uitgever:John Wiley & Sons


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<p>Introduction 1</p>
<p>Part I: Getting Ready to Retire . . . Not! 7</p>
<p>Chapter 1: The World of Work After Retirement 9</p>
<p>Chapter 2: Why You May Need or Want to Go Back to Work 19</p>
<p>Chapter 3: Assessing Your Talents for Your Next Job 31</p>
<p>Chapter 4: Seeking Help to Determine What You d Like to Do Next 41</p>
<p>Part II: Your Wallet to Your Health: The 411 When You Re–Enter the Workforce 55</p>
<p>Chapter 5: Getting a Grasp on Managing What You Saved for Retirement 57</p>
<p>Chapter 6: Managing Your Money So It Doesn t Run Out 77</p>
<p>Chapter 7: Collecting Social Security and Going Back to Work 93</p>
<p>Chapter 8: Delaying Social Security and Working 109</p>
<p>Chapter 9: Trying to Stay Healthy Before Age 65 125</p>
<p>Chapter 10: Exploring Medicare s Maze of Benefits 139</p>
<p>Part III: Finding Your Next Job 163</p>
<p>Chapter 11: Rebuilding Your Job Search Skills 165</p>
<p>Chapter 12: Surviving the Interview Especially Those Tough Questions 179</p>
<p>Chapter 13: Overcoming Myths About Older Workers During Your Job Search 193</p>
<p>Chapter 14: Working 9 to 5 or Not! Exploring Your Hourly Options 201</p>
<p>Part IV: Revisiting Your Former Career or Starting Your Own Business 217</p>
<p>Chapter 15: Staying on the Job Part–Time 219</p>
<p>Chapter 16: Consulting for Your Former Company 233</p>
<p>Chapter 17: Consulting in Your Former Industry 245</p>
<p>Chapter 18: Buying or Starting Your Own Business or Franchise 261</p>
<p>Part V: Knowledge to Philanthropy: Opportunities to Broaden the Mind and More 287</p>
<p>Chapter 19: Going Back to College: Expanding Your Knowledge and Skills 289</p>
<p>Chapter 20: Volunteering in the Business and Community World 303</p>
<p>Part VI: The Part of Tens 323</p>
<p>Chapter 21: Top Ten Companies to Work for in Retirement 325</p>
<p>Chapter 22: Top Ten Skills for Running Your Own Business 331</p>
<p>Chapter 23: Ten (Almost) Great Volunteering Experiences to Take Advantage Of 337</p>
<p>Index 341</p>

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