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Work for Seniors After Retirement?

Productive Senior Citizen WorkingAccording to an article in the NYTimes, baby boomers who are about to retire might want to consider a new career: working for nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations.  

Whether a job is required to offset an inadequate retirement, or to prevent boredom...baby boomers are finding it hard to stay home after they retire. Not many companies will hire a senior, however, so unless they want to work as a greeter in WalMart, their choices are few and far between.

Interestingly, in an article by CHRISTOPHER FARRELL, Nonprofit Work After Retirement? Maybe You Can Make It Pay Retiring: "Baby boomers closing in on the traditional retirement years often seek purpose and a paycheck in a second career, also known as an encore experience, next chapter or unretirement. Whatever the term, nonprofit work — focused on addressing society’s pressing needs and promoting arts and culture — has a particular allure for many in this group."

And he might have a point! Mr. Farrell states that based on the 2016 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey by Nonprofit HR, a the human resources firm, "57 percent of nonprofit groups surveyed said they expected to create new positions, an increase of 7 percentage points from last year." Furthermore, "...the firm notes that only 36 percent of private companies surveyed said they intended to increase staff size, the same percentage as in 2015."

So if you're looking for a new job, and have recently retired, consider working for a nonprofit organization! Turn your volunteer work into something you can get paid for, but enjoy doing!