This article is from Business Week.
“Calls for ‘Tennis, anyone?’ are going unanswered. Foursomes on the fairways are few and far between. Retired Americans who thought they would be golfing or shopping with grandchildren are sharpening their tech skills, updating résumés, and scouring job boards instead.
“America’s recent retirees are talented, innovative and energetic—and millions of them have found that retirement just isn’t for them. They’re joined by millions more who have realized they can no longer afford to stay retired, following last year’s stock market and housing crash.
“The AARP says that 8 out of 10 baby boomers will work part- or full-time past retirement age. That’s 64 million unretiring Americans, the biggest demographic shift in the American workforce since WWII—and 93% of the growth in the American labor market from now until 2016, according to the Pew Research Center.”
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