In today’s economy and downward spiral of pension plans, many seniors are returning to the workforce, not only for financial reasons, but also for continued health care coverage. Victoria Funes, associate state director of AARP Florida, said the economy has hurt seniors with fixed incomes with the prices of everything from rent to groceries continue to rise, and now many of them don't even know when they'll retire.
A retirement life coach works with retirees and supports them through this decision of returning to work, helps seniors transition back into the workforce and takes the fear and anxiety out of the equation.
We support clients to find what it is they want to do in this time of their lives, to help them find purpose, help them strategize see new possibilities and to focus on their strength and skills, and goal setting. We empower seniors through this process to make decisions and take actions that bring results.
Now is the time to refocus and fine tune for today’s market.
Today, baby boomers are not simply delaying retirement; they are retiring retirement altogether by starting new careers. And they are hiring retirement coaches to help ease the transition.