Best Retirement jobs can supplement retirement income, and give personal satisfaction. According to Merrill Lynch ‘New Retirement Study’ here are the top ten retirement jobs retirees are drawn to:
3. Customer Greeter
4. Tour Guide
5. Retail Sales Clerk
7. Home Handyman
8. Bed and Breakfast Owner/Manager
9. Security Screener
10. Real Estate Agent
Why read an article on best retirement jobs? In planning for retirement it is advisable to have more than one source of retirement income. The traditional sources are Social Security, Employer Pension, and Personal Savings. These sources are becoming less reliable.
Governments are under pressure to cut spending, fewer employers are offering defined benefit schemes, and saving is difficult if you also have to pay off debt.
Best Retirement jobs–sounds like an oxymoron! It is indeed strange to find the words ‘retirement’ and ‘jobs’ in the same sentence.
And yet, people may seek senior jobs to supplement retirement income, or may continue to work for personal satisfaction. Often, seniors retire from one career only to begin another.
Hopefully, your retirement financial planning has ensured that you are supported in some manner. So, retirement jobs for seniors are not just about the money.
My Dream Retirement Jobs is a list of fun/cool ideas. I won’t do most of them ... but I could! They are offered here as thought starters, for your retirement jobs options.
What are the skills you use when you are enjoying yourself the most, either at work or recreation?
‘Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.’
it be nice to find a job that feeds your self-esteem by the very doing of it, because you get to use the
skills you most love to use, in the field you most love to work in, moving
towards those goals you would most love to accomplish? That’s possible in retirement jobs!
Here is the link to Merrill Lynch best retirement jobs referred to above.
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