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The Job That Will Keep You Young When You Retire HealthyWomen Editors. 04 Apr 2014 ‘Use it or lose it’ might apply to brainpower, study author says. By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter. FRIDAY, April 4, 2014 (HealthDay News) Jobs that make good use of your intellect might have another benefit down the line a sharper mind long after. The Job That Will Keep You Young When You Retire.

Created: 04/04/2014. Last Updated: 04/07/2014. Share on: ‘Use it or lose it’ might apply to brainpower, study author says. By. But you might be able to retire earlier than you originally planned to if you keep working on a part-time basis.

Look for a job that’s less stressful and, ideally, more enjoyable. Many professional positions allow for a phased retirement, in which you work fewer hours each year over several years. Or, maybe you can switch to a permanent, part-time job with your former. If you leave your job at age 55 or older and maintain your 401(k) with your former company, you can take penalty-free withdrawals between ages 55 and 59 1/2. Consolidate Your Retirement Accounts.

Perhaps you’ve been in the same job for decades before your retire. You’ve been an employee always and never a boss. As you retire, it’s time to be a boss by building a business same as the line of your previous job. This is the best time to extract all lessons learned and. If you’re at or nearing retirement age, it’s possible your boss wants you to retire, but you just haven’t gotten the memo.

Some employers take a direct approach when encouraging workers to start their golden years, while others use more understated tactics. The “expected” age of retirement was 65, and the stories that got people’s attention were those who were able to “beat the system” and retire at 60, 55, even 50 years of age. Reason #8: Retire Early if You Are Ready to Simplify. Living more frugally is not a necessity in retirement, but if you think that you can simplify your spending, then you can probably retire at 62 or earlier if you really want to.

When you retire, you have the opportunity to prioritize what is important to you and let the rest slip away. When it comes to retiring, if you fail to plan, you may need to plan to retire to another job. If, on the other hand, you have been diligent in planning your retirement and you just want to retire to another job right on!

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Or a 60-year-old construction worker who cannot climb and lift may choose to retire and focus on his passion for mission work.

“Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-Based Approach” by Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA
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by Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA
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Retirees work because they need the money; because they want to stay mentally, physically, and socially active; or simply because they love what they do.

“What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life's Third Age” by Ken Dychtwald, Robert Morison
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Wiley, 2020

People retire, although they shouldn’t, and people switch fields.

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by Rabbi Daniel Lapin
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Almost all of those who worked for pay in retirement enjoy working and staying active and involved.

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And then we’re supposed to work that soul­crushing job for 40 years so one day we might be able to retire and enjoy our lives for a few years (insurance actuarial studies have shown the average life span of a retiree is often only three years after retirement).

“Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life” by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
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by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
Asymmetrical Press, 2015

However, many older workers now “retire” (sometimes referred to as early retirement) from a well-established career, only to transition into a reduced work role, to a different career, or possibly to a more traditional nonwork role as a retiree.

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Older adults, however, will face major decisions about retirement and may encounter ageism that could limit potential opportunities.

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But the new retirement law that permits retirement at age sixty-five from the executive position for the senior man should make career extension even more of a concern for the smalland middle-sized business.

“The Changing World of the Executive” by Peter Ferdinand Drucker
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by Peter Ferdinand Drucker
Harvard Business Press, 2010

Money-making careers may end at retirement, but there are many jobs that seniors can do better than younger people.

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The client who says “I want to retire and keep on enjoying the quality of my life after retirement” has at least elucidated the retirement goal.

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  • I didn’t expect that’s gonna happen in sims I was so sad that I lost my first sims��and I let her leave the house cause I wanted her to relax to other house but I’m still sad cause I just lost my first time sims�� I don’t know if I can forget the memories I made for my sims well its just a game so I know that I be fine too��(����)

  • i accidentally retired my sim and i can no longer play her, she is married to my second sim her husband and she has a small baby, help me how to get back my sim!!!!!!! Now my sim have a old wife wtf

  • The saddest thing, from my point of view and from the perspective of my experience, is the mindset of “jobs”. We are encouraged and conditioned to believe that we should become trained to get a job, to be employed by some company. I recognized that kind of thinking in my own mind even AFTER I had my own business for a year and was in the low point of a cash shortage. I turned to the thoughts of getting a part time job to help the cash flow for my business. Then the thought bloomed in my mind: why not use the time and effort that a part time job would require and instead put that extra effort and time into my own business each night after dinner. Everyone has skills and knowledge that has value but we make the mistake of thinking we must be employed by a single employer. I am an old man now but decades ago one of the things that motivated me to finally take the step to become self employed was a quotation by a young woman who said she had never worked for someone else as an employee; she had always worked for self starting several small businesses, buying and selling things. She had the spirit and mindset of an entrepreneur. God bless her.

  • I would seriously like to know why Mr Scheiwiller feels that the older candidate is “less qualified” than a younger counterpart. What is that opinion based on, tech skills? While it might be true that someone over 50 would not be as proficient in the latest software, they would more than compensate in other areas, particularly the soft skills. Older workers have a much stronger work ethic, as well as more loyalty than Millennials, who are notorious for job hopping. Tech skills can be learned. I personally have invested countless hours and thousands of dollars to keep my skills current. I am enrolled in a master’s degree program at the age of 60, in order to better my chances of getting employment. I even solicited the help of a career coach, in order to polish my résumé, my LinkedIn profile and practice interviewing techniques. After submitting over 1200 applications in the last 2.5 years, I am still looking for a full-time job. I do hope that Mr Scheiwiller never grows old, as his viewpoint is shared by the majority of employers. Even CEOs can get booted out, when investors require every quarter to have growth.

  • Please help

    I am at Level 6 and I have all 4 traits it showed that I can retire my sim but I chose later now I want to retire my sim and I did what you did but it just showed all 4 traits please help it would be a pleasure if some of you did��

  • Hi Margaret. I love your channel. I had the retirement blues so I applied to do sub work for my school district. I sub for teachers aides who can’t make it in to work on any given day. I love it because I choose the hours I work and the pay is great, especially if you have a college degree. The school district always needs help, so there’s never any shortage of work. I work in my town, so the driving is minimal. It’s perfect for me. I got me feeling productive again. I use the extra money to have fun. Cheers!

  • It is just plain stupid. Discrimination is stupid and it is wrong. And in some countries if you are caught discriminating against an older worker while hiring, you can get yourself into a heap of trouble.

  • My partner and I have a store on eBay. His forte is scouring flea markets and tag sales, focusing on sports memorabilia. I’m in charge of taking photos and listing our inventory. What began as a lark has become a rather steady source of extra income. Advantages? Work from home, make your own hours, be your own boss. Disadvantage? Finding space in our small apartment for our growing inventory! �� I’ve learned a lot about pricing and dealing with customers. Even if only to sell some of the treasures that are cluttering your own home, Ebay might be something to try!

  • hey guys how do i unlock traits fast? like does it unlock in one day or takes more than one day to unlock traits, ive started playing 2 days ago and i only unlocked two traits, pleaase help

  • I went back to retail after a big career in NYC in the fashion biz…it was horrible..stuck it out for 7 years..there are very few part time jobs most now are full time and almost ALL are straight commission..which I was..I was with a big department store only a few in small shops..BTW massage therapy is very hard on the masseuses body..that is why most are artist is impossible to get into…schooling is required and once again most are young.. for us older sitting,even child sitting…farmers markets..I have looked into everything..I also went back to school to be a holistic health practitioner..and people have a hard time paying and even implementing healthy changes..and we can’t take isn’t pretty out there for older women….but fortunately I don’t have to work..but would love to do something with all of my past experience…TY for the video!

  • I’m sure this man was a republican corporation ass kisser. This is what you deserve. Now go ahead and blame the minorities for what white rich privledged spoiled brats did. This is all the fault of old greedy fucks. Period.

  • A friend of mine started her own face painting business after she retired. She uses cosmetic grade face paint and offers her services for birthdays, festivals, and family reunions etc. She’s been very successful.

  • I volunteer anytime im between jobs or on the weekends in Australia and im age 33:).. i have learnt so many valuable lessons from volunteering in mental health, police, counselling, music festivals, charity stores, charities so on:)

  • Governments are aware of the problem because they helped create it, they also know the best course of action is to Ignore It. Young people can’t get jobs so what chance do older people have. A labour force that has to compete to find work has always been the aim of our Corporate Masters. Immigration creates unemployment, too many people and not nearly enough work makes for oversupply of labour and lower wages, Job Done..!

  • I have a family of 3 mom dad and toddler I retired the mom on accident….. Now it’s a really old mom young dad and toddler���� my family is messed up in the game

  • I will be 70 and still working full time. Getting tired though of getting up in the morning doing full time. Thinking of retiring next year and finding something part time! Great video!