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Author: Ingvar - Retiree In Training  


Working after retirement

Retirement Jobs


I always say multiple websites with variations of a topic is the way to go. I have a client with over 60 websites covering all aspects of his business. Each site is razor sharp topic-wise. He gets over 50,000 visitors a month from all sites. Impossible to do with just one site no matter how much content you have.

Anyway, to that effect I have set up a new retirement site:

www.WorkingAfterRetirement.com

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If you are a baby boomer 50+ and haven't looked for a job for a while - you will be surprised at how much things have changed. Many of us in the "old days" used paper, typewriters, fax machines, envelopes and stamps. We'd make up a nice resume on fancy paper all formatted just so. And sent them out - and waited. That's how it was like. Or we went to recruiters who had job ...
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Need a grant to start your new business? Many grants are available for businesses, and many would-be business owners have no idea that there are billions of dollars available from many different sources. Over $150,000,000,000 is available for small businesses, and you can apply for as many grants as you want. You don't even have to worry about having bad credit - there are no credit checks. For government grants, ...

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What about all those ads we see about work at home employment? They are all over the place. And often seen in spam emails. Many are total scams. Like envelope stuffing, Rebate processing and so on. If it is too good to be true - it is. Here's a great FTC article about what to watch out for:

http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/invest/inv14.shtm


However, there are some legit opportunities. If you see one advertised, and go to ...
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Being a realtor sound sooo good. Especially if you like homes and people. Imagine, show people who really want to buy a new home selected properties and if they buy - you make thousands. Or help them sell their homes at a good price. Well, I am here to discourage you from even thinking about it.

There are some challenges. And I sort of know, I have been very close to a realtor for ...
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You might consider a part-time job or self-employment after retirement.

A recent study of over 2,000 50-70 year olds who work part or full time (or are self-employed) why they do it. The need for money was definitely the primary answer. But the need to stay mentally active was also important to many. The study also shows that people intend to work a lot longer than ever before. Some people still ...
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Trying to get a job after retirement? Not easy. Some lucky people have serious skills from their employer and can get hired as a consultant after the official retirement date. But if you are like most - coming from a "normal" job with day-to-day skills it can be difficult. Age might have one thing to do with it. Although probably discriminatory companies will consider how long is it likely a person will stay in the ...
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