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After Retiring, What Do You Do With A Lifetime Of Experience? | Slate

17 November 2014—Kevin Cahill, a research economist at The Center on Aging and Work was mentioned on slate.com.

The traditional concept of retirement – in which careers halt one day, and then never start up again – is history. Increasingly, people are working longer, and phasing slowly out of their working lives, says Kevin Cahill, a research economist at the Sloan Center on Aging and Work. While some may see that as a bad sign, Cahill, who specializes in the economics of aging, says it is likely a positive opportunity.…

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