Some boomers 'retire' to jobs that allow them to help others
from USA Today
After college, Pat Daly wanted to "save the world" by working with children, but the money wasn't there. So she went into investment banking, became a director of her firm and opened offices around the world. Along the way, Daly got involved in philanthropy, took a course in fundraising and began to volunteer. Daly is part of the growing "encore careers" movement — an effort to match older workers who can't or don't want to retire with public service jobs that benefit society.
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