Some decisions to retire triggered by COVID-19

MOVING ON: David Bauerle, chief clerk for University of Rhode Island’s housing and residential life program, has decided to take an early-retirement incentive, in part because of changes to his workplace brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
MOVING ON: David Bauerle, chief clerk for University of Rhode Island’s housing and residential life program, has decided to take an early-retirement incentive, in part because of changes to his workplace brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
After 36 years of arranging and rearranging student dorm assignments at the University of Rhode Island, David Bauerle was contemplating retirement. Bauerle, chief clerk for the college’s housing and residential life program, loved his job – loved reporting to his campus office, interacting with co-workers and the students themselves. But at 66, he was financially…

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