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An Aging Population Also Poses Opportunities for Retirement Careers | The New York Times

7 March 2014— Kevin E. Cahill, research economist at the center was quoted on

“It’s no secret that retirement is a very diverse process for older Americans, with some combination of phased retirement and bridge jobs being the norm among older career workers,” according to Kevin E. Cahill, an economist with the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College.

“About 60 percent of the career workers take on a part-time job after exiting their main career,” Mr. Cahill said. “And many older Americans not only change occupations, but in large numbers they also transition from wage-and-salary employment into self-employment.”

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