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August ’23 Senior Resources Guide: Ready for the Next Adventure

senior couple have fun in a bumper car

by Suzanne Pollak, senior writer for JCA, for the Washington Jewish Week

There was a time not so long ago when working past the age of 66 was uncommon. That was the age when people dusted off their golf clubs, visited their grandchildren, and started thinking about the next phase of life.

Fast forward to the 21st century. Sixty is the new 40, and 70 is looking pretty darn good. People sixty and older are common and even sought after in the workplace. They can be found on the tennis court and pickle ball courts, running around the neighborhood, starting a new job or even their own company.

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