There’s no shortage of stories on older Americans who have trouble making ends meet. The reality is that millions will have to keep on working during their so-called golden years.
If that’s you, the good news is that there are more options than ever before. The labor market is tight, which means employers more flexible about hiring than they might have been just a few years ago. Competition for labor is also pushing up wages and benefits.
That’s all good, but to me one of the biggest things is that there are more opportunities to work from home than ever before. Think about it: No commuting. No buying new clothes for the office. No sitting in a cubicle listening to co-workers babble. And who microwaved