Employable Talent Hidden In Plain Sight

An entry in a blog belonging to the Economic History Association titled ‘Economic History of Retirement in the United States’, presents a stark reminder that retirement has been an artificial concept that was not always an accepted notion. It reveals that the participation of older men in the labour force declined from a high of [...]

By | February 21st, 2011|Retirement|Comments Off on Employable Talent Hidden In Plain Sight

Acutely Emblematic of why Retirement is Losing Currency in North America

As a Canadian I am neither for or against Jerry Brown, but this article is emblematic of why retirement is losing its currency in North America, in my opinion. At 72 most men and women are at the top of their intellectual game. Pasture is hardly the place for them.    72 the new 52 ??? [...]

By | October 10th, 2010|Retirement|Comments Off on Acutely Emblematic of why Retirement is Losing Currency in North America