The Baby Boomer generation is generally said to begin in 1946 and as such, the earliest members of that generation are just beginning to retire. But whether it’s for financial reasons or for one of the many other joys that fulfilling employment can provide, many Baby boomers are coming out of retirement and into second careers. And while needing to have some sort of work during retirement is hardly a new trend, from needing the money or just needing to stay busy, active and socialized, the Baby Boomer generation has truly taken what could be just work in retirement and turned it into the art of embarking on life’s second careers. Here are five career paths that make excellent choices for the second time around.
When it comes to your health, we often tend to seek the advice of doctors and healthcare professionals. Sometimes they give us contradicting advice and we are left wondering who or what to believe. They may also change their minds a few months or years down the road leaving us as patients confused or unsure. But with medicine and science always evolving and new medical discoveries being made, we don’t always have a guarantee on what will work and what won’t for us. Healthcare professionals have also realized that just because old treatments and medical procedures were published in a scientific study or journal in the past, it doesn’t mean it can still apply to the health issues of today’s modern world. Check out some of the 4 things healthcare professionals have changed their minds about below.
Trilogy by Shea Homes ranks highest in customer satisfaction among the largest active adult community home builders for a second consecutive year, according to the J.D. Power and Associates’ 2008 New-Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study released last week.