The "Gig" economy is exploding as an employment arrangement of choice for employers and employees alike. Many who are taking advantage are retirees. Great tips on how to prepare for the retirement transition.
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Many Americans have not saved enough for retirement, including those who are nearing traditional retirement age. Engaging in a part-time consulting role can help supplement income.
More experienced workers are often more engaged, have lower turnover, and unmatched professionalism. These characteristics often translate to incremental revenue for employers.
Individuals approaching traditional retirement age are often faced with decisions on how they will spend their time. Continuing their career in a part-time consultant capacity, is one of the top ways to remain active.