With more Americans over 65 choosing to work longer than ever before, ways for retirees to continue earning while enjoying the leisure time and flexibility they expect from their retirement is a hot topic. Just typing in the phrase “retirement jobs” brings up 208 million pages on Google! We decided to scour them all -- well, most of them -- to pick and choose the most appealing, innovative and quirky ideas for retirement jobs. There are plenty of alternatives to getting the standard retail job that will still give you part-time hours and plenty of time off.
We hope you'll agree and be inspired by some of our choices -- or at least encouraged to do your own homework and think outside the box in planning your second act -- by Huff/Post50's list of 10 great ideas for retirement jobs.
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