Rethinking Retirement: The Changing Work LandscapeMany are choosing "gradual retirement" by staying in the workforce part time. Others are getting called out of retirement by former employers who want their expertise. Still others are becoming entrepreneurs, often for the first time.
More and more older adults are becoming entrepreneurs instead of retiring, like Paul Tasner of Pulpworks, who spoke at the 2013 Global Social Venture Competition in California.
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Manuel "Manny" Aguirre, 80, has been mixing cocktails at Musso and Frank Grill in Los Angeles for more than two decades. He works part time and could retire — but he doesn't want to.
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Anita Wallace runs a child care service in rural Athens County, Ohio. She hadn't saved much for retirement before the Appalachian Savings Project offered to match half of her savings up to $600.