Most Americans expected to work for the same company for their entire career with the hopes of receiving a pension that would enable them to live comfortably in retirement. However, the reality is far different. A survey published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics states that those individuals born between 1957 and 1964 (the later years of
the Baby Boom), is likely to hold an average of more than 12 jobs in their working lifetime.
In this week’s episode of the Her Retirement Podcast, Lynn reviews the major points to keep in mind when considering or actively pursuing a career change later in life.