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Why retire?

13 Aug 2019 | Posted Under Boomers
Incredible number of boomers will work into their 70's

The executive job search site Ladders recently presented the results of a U.S. Government survey on aging.

Amazing results: 85% of the age-55-65 respondents indicated a strong motivation to keep working into their seventies!

But, here's the challenge: Most corporate employers want you gone before age 65!!!

So, if you have to leave corporate employment earlier than you would like but want to keep working for ten years longer....or more, what are your choices?

My absolute favorite alternative is to create your own special doing entrepreneurial work.

10 Great Reasons to Be an Entrepreneur After Your Corporate Career

We've worked with hundreds of boomers to get them up and running as freelancers, contractors, consultants and small business owners.

Learn from their experience 10 great advantages you can enjoy when becoming a boomer entrepreneur.

Jeff Williams

P.S. The days of traditional "brick and mortar" businesses are largely gone as options for boomers. Today you can make a very good living online and at a distance...running the business for a few hundred dollars per month!

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