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With the combination of a tough economy and increasing longevity, many adults find themselves looking for work-life balance even after they’ve officially retired. That’s because a modern retirement doesn’t necessarily mean the end of working. Many retirees continue to work part-time, or even full-time jobs to earn extra income, meet new people or find personal fulfillment. Yet they still want to allow time for retirement-style pastimes.
Active adults often use retirement as an opportunity to turn a hobby or special interest into a second career. Photography, writing, coaching, fundraising and even politics are just a few common pursuits for retired adults. Others may choose to stay active in the same professional field through consulting or teaching opportunities.
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