Consulting: A Bridge to Retirement


CAREERS AND RECRUITING

According to a survey by Robert Half International of 1,400 U.S. executives, three out of four CFOs view consulting as an attractive segue to retirement.

The most cited benefits of consulting included:

Remaining in the work force but working fewer hours,

Earning money to supplement retirement, and

Gaining experience working for a variety of firms.

Source: Robert Half Management Resources, www.roberthalfmr.com.

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