Predictors of planned retirement age: an application of Beehr's model
A study of the attitudes of 264 aging employees in a multinational firm revealed health, self-evaluation of ability to cope with retirement and chronological age as major influences on their planned retirement age. This study employed T.A. Beehr's model of retirement behavior in predicting personal, psychological and organizational factors influencing employees' planned retirement age.
Publication Name: Psychology and Aging
Why temping is tempting
Senior citizens can take advantages of temporary employment services which offer flexible and challenging jobs in corporate or executive settings. Temp services offer competitive pay rates for either long or short term jobs and do not discriminate between younger or elder employees.
Publication Name: New Choices: Living Even Better After 50
They planned well - except for health crises
Retirement income may be adversely affected by medical bills. Thus, choosing the proper medical insurance is necessary. Choosing tips include providing for inflation, a reasonable deductable period, generous benefit and guaranteed renewability.
Publication Name: New Choices for Retirement Living
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