Weighing the pros and cons of working in retirement - USA Today

It is unclear whether the pandemic-induced increase in retirement among older adults will be temporary or longer-lasting. The Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests it will be temporary. BLS projects large increases in labor force participation among older adults from 2020 to 2030, with nearly 40 percent of 65- to 69-year-olds still in the labor force by 2030, up from 33 percent in 2020. Having a job in your senior years has its advantages. Some people decide to continue working because they need the money, while others love what they do and cannot imagine not doing it anymore, or they need to stay busy. But if you have a stressful job, it also can be problematic. Before you decide if working in retirement is right for you, read Catherine Brock’s article where she points out two pros and three cons you should consider. Read Ms. Brock’s article here…

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