Thanks to technology, looking for a job no longer requires you to go to a business to fill out an application. Everything is done online.
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Maybe you have retired from your career and you don't want to sit around and do nothing. Perhaps, you have not retired and want to start a second career. The good news is there are a lot of options for you if you want to keep working.
Looking to buy a business? The California Association of Business Brokers reports an approaching flood of baby boomers selling their businesses.
The Party On A Bike featured at the Madison Improvement Club has been called a spin class on steroids by some.
A brain research professor at ASU's BioDesign Institute, 91-year-old Dr. Paul Coleman has kept working well past that age and is still going.
A new survey done by Expats in Mexico reveals more than 80 percent of baby boomers say they will retire in Mexico.
There is a company here in town that uses tools much like Match.com to help seniors find someone to be there for them for just as a companion and assistance.
If you are getting close to retirement, here's an idea for you: Storylines Cruise Line is catering specifically to baby boomers who would be open to retiring someplace better than an ocean view, how about living on the ocean?
Non-invasive procedures are up across the country and are a hit with women and men of all ages, even for people well into their 60s.
In about 10 years, the census expect all baby boomers will be over the age of 65.