Whether out of economic need or simply a desire to continue working, many baby boomers aren't leaving their jobs anytime soon.
In fact, so many workers 55 and older are staying in the workforce, The Atlantic reports, that by year's end their numbers will surpass those who are aged 25 to 34. And the trend is... Read More »
By Morgan Norman
In a world full of smartphones, texting, iPods, iPads, Facebook and Twitter it is hard to imagine how today's young adults switch off their social lives and get serious about work. Today's adolescents want everything instantly and are not willing to be patient. They are looking to make it... Read More »
Baby Boomers make up more of the U.S. work force -- 38 percent -- than any other age group, and even with the recession forcing many to delay retirement a few years, the first Boomers will turn 65 in 2011 and will begin retiring.
That will be the beginning of a retirement boom over the next five years, giving... Read More »