5 Things an Encore Career Can Do For You

5 Things an Encore Career Can Do For You

Beginning a full-time career in retirement could combine passion, purpose, and a paycheck. Find out more about these benefits.

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The Ins and Outs of Using an Encore Career

The latest retirement strategy trend is to segue from a full-time career to what is called an encore career. Many Americans are looking to this new stage in life to fulfill a passion, a purpose and a paycheck.

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Encore Career Q&A

10 questions with Encore.org founder Marc Freedman about working in retirement for purpose and passion. Could an encore career be right for you?

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Real-Life Encore Career Profiles

Real-Life Encores

Here are three inspiring examples of people making a social impact in retirement.

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