Investing So You Can Work in Retirement

Tue, 02/25/2014

AgeLab’s Joseph Coughlin and Dana Ellis published Investing So You can Work in Retirement to AgeLab’s Disruptive Demographics  blog on The article describes observations from MIT AgeLab research on retirement and financial planning - among them, most people see working as a critical part of their ‘retirement’ plan. Working past retirement age is a financial necessity for some while for others it is a critical strategy to maintain connectedness to the people they see everyday in the workplace as well as a key component of personal meaning. However, working through retirement must be considered in light of personal health, personal competitiveness in the job market as well as personal relations with co-workers across the generations. Read the article here.


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