It used to be generally accepted that you could count on a nice little inheritance from your parents. That just isn’t the case these days. More and more parents who thought they would be able to leave money to their kids can’t. People are being stretched in all directions between living longer and having greater expenses, depleting their savings. With the economy being down, it looks like everyone will have to fend for themselves.
To help deal with all the growing costs and a longer life-span, many 50+ Americans are doing what was once unthinkable: looking for new jobs. As costs are rising and the labor pool is shrinking, there are more and more opportunities for older Americans to stay employed and share their experience. Take a look at some tips on how older Americans can find jobs.
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