Now that you're retired, you finally have the chance to do a job you want to do - rather than one you have to do. Whether you are looking to earn a supplemental income or keep busy during your golden years with volunteer work, Reworking Retirement will help you successfully re-enter today's job market. Filled with expert advice, company case studies, and stories from other retirees returning to the workforce, this is your complete reference guide to post-retirement employment.
It takes the difficulty out of finding, applying, and working a job while retired by teaching you how to:
- Capitalize on available job opportunities
- Explore online, alternative, and volunteer career paths
- Tailor your resume, cover letter, and pitch appropriately
- Transfer your skills into a different field
- Succeed in your new work setting
Reworking Retirement takes the work out of finding a new career later in life, and promises to help make these years more fulfilling - personally and financially!
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About the Author
Allyn I. Freeman has been writing professionally for more than thirty years and he has credits for television sitcoms (M*A*S*H, Hart to Hart) and screenplays. He has written, coauthored, or ghostwritten eight business books and has written for numerous business publications and newsletters. He lives in New York City.
Robert E. Gorman has more than thirty years of experience in financial planning and as an insurance executive for companies such as John Hancock and Provident Mutual. He does senior outreach programs in his local community and holds financial planning seminars for seniors and pre-retirees. He is certified in financial planning and estate planning. He lives in Bolivia, NC.