Here, award-winning Post-50 writers review results from your participation in a Sage Companion Project Survey. Some Post 50 people will be retired for more years than they spent in the workforce. Now that is an interesting topic to consider- one that you may desire to examine not only the length of time, but the attitude of a huge segment of the population.
Self-guided learning tours can shed light on the retirement or un-retirement question.Here you will discover retirement attitudes participants in the survey reported. Interestingly, they appear to align with certain groups of people. You can consider to which group you might belong just below.
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THE POST 50 INFLUENCE ON RETIREMENT TRENDS
survey says POST 50 PEOPLE
not inclined to go the traditional retirement-leisure route
A Survey (by Merrill Lynch) indicates that baby boomers are not inclined to go the traditional retirement-leisure route. "Baby Boomers fundamentally will reinvent retirement,” James P. Gorman, president of the Merrill Lynch Global Private Client Group told the press.
And US NEWS reports- " The baby boomers’ retirement will be much longer than their parents’ retirement. The number of seniors ages 65 and older in the United States is expected to more than double from 39 million today to 89 million in 2050."
5 distinct groups
1. Empowered Trailblazers
3. Leisure Lifers
4. Anxious Idealists
5. Stretched 'n Stressed
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1. The Unretirement Index from a survey conducted by Knowledge Networks for Sun Life Financial showed that “the concept of Unretirement is now a realistic concept across age cohorts and that Americans [who] will continue to work past the traditional retirement age of 67 or re-enter the workforce after retiring”.
Two in ten plan older adults and boomers plan always to engage in some form of "work." According to the Index, the growing number of Americans who plan to delay retirement three years or more has risen to 61%. Two in ten plan always to engage in some form of "work".
2. A Harris Interactive Poll conducted for Wells Fargo found that of Americans who will work in retirement, 47% say they will do “similar work” to their pre-retired years, while 42% say they will work in a position that requires “less responsibility.”
are 10 times
put themselves first
UN-retirement : Did you know that Post50 Creative People are 10 times more likely
to put others first than to put themselves first? Imagine what this means in terms of retirement investing.