It is easy to construct a whole wall out of reasons not to job-hunt. Once we start looking for negatives, we become masters in the craft of obscuring the future. We can find reason after reason, laying each one like a brick on top the first, as though we have never heard of windows or doors. That is not… [Read More]
Who plans to retire?
‘Almost half of full-time workers aged 50-64 plan to retire between ages 65-69’ According to a 2015 AARP survey of full-time workers aged 50-64, “the most popular age for [projected] retirement falls between 65-69 (45%). The balance of respondents are split between retiring early, before the age of 65 (23%), or late, at 70+ (26%). Very… [Read More]