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Work & Business
Is Temporary Work The Answer?
Would you like a new job? Do you need a fresh start? Do you feel a little daunted about the prospect of joining the employment market over the age of 50?
Back in time, you had one career and you stuck with it for life, unless disaster struck and forced a change. How things have changed!
If you're on LinkedIn, or are thinking about going on there, the social network is a great way to reconnect with colleagues and friends, and find professional opportunities.
Many of us hope to continue working for many years after we reach 50. Although our brains have started to slow down and cut back, our minds have, paradoxically, developed the capacity for wisdom.
“The art of art, the glory of expression and the sunshine of the light of letters, ...
Recession, redunancy and dodgy finance companies have put many older New Zealanders back into the job market, and as Donna Fleming writes, it can be a pretty tricky place to be.
In April I talked about some of the issues facing the workplace as the population gets older. I also asked readers a few questions and I would like to thank all those 'GrownUps' who sent them back to me. This month I would like you to hear what people sai
With an average expected retirement age of 64, high net worth individuals in New Zealand are anticipating they will have to work well into their 60s.