Help Wanted: You Can Retire Later


CAREERS AND RECRUITING
 
According to a survey by CareerBuilder.com, three out of five workers age 50 or older plan to look for work elsewhere after retiring from their present jobs, with 51% of these workers putting off retirement until after age 65.
 
One place retired Americans can consider getting a job: the IRS, which recently joined the AARP's National Employer Team, a program that connects workers over 50 with employers, and posted various full-time positions.
 
A full listing of participating employers can be found at www.aarp.org/money/careers/findingajob/featuredemployers/info.html .
 

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