Most Baby Boomers (the cohort of Americans born between 1946 and 1964) believe that they will still be working during their retirement years.
Eight in ten say they plan to work at least part-time--and others envision starting their own business or working full-time at a new job or career--according to an AARP Segmentation Analysis: Baby Boomers Envision Their Retirement.
By 2015, estimates the National Council on the Aging, 20% of the U.S. work force will be over age 55, up from 13% in 2000. This "phased retirement" of Baby Boomers will shape the American workplace and compensate for a severe talent gap due to a shrinking supply of new workforce entrants. Phased retirement will allow Baby Boomers to engage in work they enjoy while providing needed income.
This book is based on boomer generation book reviews previously published on The Baby Booomer Life Tips blog at www.SoBabyBoomer.com and future blog postings can viewed on this website or may be downloaded automatically to your eReader, including by subscription through the Kindle store.
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John G. Agno is a seasoned corporate executive, entrepreneur, management consultant and executive coach who is dedicated to providing insightful self-coaching insights to help you achieve your life goals. Coach Agno shares his decades of professional coaching and consulting knowledge to create a better life for many through proprietary self-coaching guides; delivered to your smartphone, tablet, eReader, and computer or via low-cost paperback books. Today, Agno coaches senior executives and business owners to reach decision-making clarity by exploring unintended consequences of their future actions in a safe and confidential environment. John helps you see things you are missing, affirms whatever progress you have made, tests your perceptions and lets you know how you are doing. His developmental coaching is personal training that helps you focus your natural abilities in the right direction. The coaching allows your inner-potential to erupt outward through effective leadership; to develop commitment within organizations and in a world of "free agents" and "volunteer" talent.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reducing anxiety during this long term economic recession is important for the mental and physical health of boomers. Yet, as we age, most of us expect to remain vital and independent. This new book gives use good tips on where we are today and some important perspectives on where we can be tomorrow in the areas of health, fitness, happiness, home, encore careers and relationships.