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My parent’s are planning an active retirement? A.metaphor B.onomatopneia C.oxymoron D.cliche

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Working to enjoy life after the career

You may enjoy your career a lot but I can tell you from personal experience there is a huge chance that you’ll enjoy your work even more after you have Retired (but are not yet Tired) and explore the kind of opportunities you have always wanted to do. Join our …

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Experience, great attitude and knowledge

That’s what most all of our Retired Resources have. They have seen it all and done it all and can hit the ground running. Do you want to take advantage of this part of the workforce? Advertise your opportunity with us.

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UK tips that probably apply most anywhere

HERE are some tips on how to ease into retirement. One thing they forget to mention is that you should really make a free profile on RetiredResources.com so that companies can find you and contact you for their projects where they need people from our network for experienced …

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65 is the new…..

Well when I was younger, 30 seemed old, 40 amazing and 50 near death. Now that I have lived through all these milestones, I’m thinking that I feel maybe a bit less fit as 20 years ago but the mind is still in great shape, I can still run my …

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Join the network for experienced talent

Join Retired Resources, for those who are Retired but not yet Tired or want to be counted in that category. This is the network for experienced talent. Sign up for free and make a profile. Employers can post jobs or search our database to find candidates for their opportunities.

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