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Title: Reinventing Retirement

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  • Boomers much less likely to associate retirement with the traditional retirement age of 65.
  • Nearly 70% of workers who have not retired report that they plan to work into their retirement years or never retire.
  • Almost half of workers 45-70 indicate that they envision working into their 70s or beyond.

[Speaker Notes: The boomers will reinvent "retirement," working longer either because they want to or they need to. Older workers offer businesses a unique combination of experience, loyalty, enthusiasm and a strong work ethic. As the workforce ages, businesses that know how to recruit and retain mature workers will gain a competitive edge.

According to HR Professionals, older workers...

  • Add diversity of thought / approach
  • Are loyal to their employer
  • Take work seriously
  • Are willing to work different schedules
  • Have a strong work ethic

AARP CHANGED THEIR NAME FROM AMERICAN ASSOC OF RETIRED PERSONS ...

Includes AARP logo]

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