More older workers are unwilling to make hasty exit

SEMI-RETIREMENT ADVISER: Donna Sowa Allard, vice president of Sowa Financial Group Inc., says many of her clients have prepped for retirement but are unwilling to leave the workforce entirely. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SEMI-RETIREMENT ADVISER: Donna Sowa Allard, vice president of Sowa Financial Group Inc., says many of her clients have prepped for retirement but are unwilling to leave the workforce entirely. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Retirement is no longer an endpoint for many employees but a turning point into a new phase of work. Some people continue to work for their former employers but on a part-time basis, or as contractors. Others seek out other kinds of work, sometimes the work they’d always wanted to do. And many people are…

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