Setting up a multigenerational enterprise can be a smart way for retired baby boomers and their grown children to combine resources and abilities.
Work offers a routine and purpose, a reason for getting up in the morning.
In the work-camping community, thousands of modern-day nomads who live in their motor homes or trailers travel from campground to campground for seasonal jobs.
Many blue-collar workers, like their white-collar counterparts, can’t afford or don’t want to retire.
Baby boomers closing in on the traditional retirement years often seek purpose and a paycheck in a second career, also known as an encore experience,...