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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Most freelancers are millennials, but retirees are quickly catching up | Business Insider

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In general, a shift away from pension plans is driving more older Americans to continue working well into their retirement years as freelancers. Baby boomers’ willingness to dive into non-traditional work is as much a sign of the changing times as it is a strategy to bulk up nest eggs, rebound from job loss, or transition from a 9-to-5 into retirement.

There’s another, more intangible, factor at play: longevity. Improved health means Americans are feeling more capable than ever, the report found. Seventy-seven percent of over-65 workers said there are no limitations in the kind of work they can do.

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/more-baby-boomers-retirees-freelancing-2019-9

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