There are many reasons why people choose to work after retiring from full-time positions. In many cases, retirees want to continue to stay involved and enjoy the camaraderie and inclusion that work provides. Whether to keep skills sharp or supplement retirement income, a part-time consulting role can provide the perfect opportunity to begin a new phase. Begin by clicking here to find out how we work →.
major reasons why people work after retirement (% of respondents)
Recent studies suggest that many families, even those with members approaching age 60 have perilously low savings for a comfortable retirement. While full-time work may not be necessary, a fulfilling part-time consulting role can supplement savings while remaining connected to the workforce. Many consulting roles lead to additional projects or back into a full-time position if desired. Start your journey now →
Median retirement savings (USD) of families by age group
Sources: Economic Policy Institute and Employee Benefit Research Institute, Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc., 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey