Senior Jobs After Retirement

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Senior jobs after retirement – what do you want?

I read and write at a few sites with a significant senior age content and I see much concern about senior jobs after retirement.

I am happy for the many who try to earn a few dollars writing blogs for money, and do not seem to have any real challenge surviving – keeping a roof over their head, or eating. The basics. But they are not in the majority group of people  over 65.

Most seniors are not nearly that comfortable or secure. Is there an option to work at home and increase your ss income?

Notably, veterans and disabled veterans, and the general population of the disabled, are also struggling.

“I want to start a small website business”.

If this is you, keep reading because I have found a solution to stress about low income without going back to the nine-to-five.

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OK, I can’t resist it – here’s a flash back to the film “Nine To Five”. I really love the inclusion of the Disney-type animated characters because when I worked corporate, most days, I felt like I was somewhere between a cartoon and a nightmare. But,  gotta laugh now.

If you would have to be dragged back there screaming and kicking, keep reading for a great solution to prevent YOU from hiring on to one of the typical senior jobs after retirement.

Jobs For Senior Citizens Over 65 – Choices?

A few years ago when my son still lived with me and we used to go to Frys together, either for him to help me buy the computer  accessories I needed, or for me to pay for whatever he needed, he would often seek out one particular man on the sales floor.

Turns out that this older silver-haired rep on the floor (read, lowly paid clerk) was retired from senior working the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena California! He and my tech-educated son would go off into conversations about computer parts and functions in which I could not hope to participate.

  • And I wondered why he was employed there.
  • Was he retired early before a pension kicked in?
  • Was he bored out of his mind after working in such an exciting environment?
  • Did divorce rob him of half his retirement income?
  • Did a spousal death with attendant medical bills drain his savings?

All those things can happen to any of us. There are many reasons people will be looking for work in their retirement years. Many financial decisions made within a family aren’t really financial, but they are emotional decisions that involve money.

I can’t help but notice that a lot of employees in retail stores such as:

  • Target
  • Walmart
  • Best Buy
  • Frys
  • Kohls
  • Walgreens…

Are seniors, or certainly folks over 50. And, truly I wonder about them.

  • Is the lady rearranging some lingerie a laid off electrical engineer?
  • Is the man stocking heavy vacuum cleaner boxes on high shelves a bank executive who was retired early?
  • Is the child-like person putting purses back on the shelves a teen who might have been in university if her parents hadn’t been laid off?

None of these retail peeps are highly paid. In fact, I’m shocked at what’s considered decent pay these days.

According to Glass Door dot com, a manager for a GNC vitamin Mall store (way over-priced nutritional supplements) gets $13.44 an hour!

A manager! I guess anyone else gets minimum wage?

In a Sprint store, a manager might make $44,000.00 a year. That’s barely enough for single adults in a coastal city to take care of themselves adequately (safe housing, health care, not counting dentistry).  And for a married person breadwinner who is trying to stay in their home? Appalling.

All of these people could be making as much money affiliate marketing (click on that link for a review of a training system)  for a similar store! With web sites they make on line. senior jobs after retirement

In other words, they would have a work from home job, bringing in the income they need, by helping others find the products they want to purchase online.

Senior jobs after retirement – earn from home.

  • Or from your RV as you travel
  • Or from your country cottage.
  • From anywhere you can connect to the internet.

For example, Amazon affiliate marketing is a venue for earning income from home. Most large retailers have a program where website owners can make commissions by referring buyers to their sites.

The easiest way to find out if this is something for you, is to build a couple of web sites, learn the process step by step, and find out how affiliate marketing is done.

Get Started Now – Work At Home After Retirement

I have summarized the process in my article Getting Started, and illustrate there exactly what you have access to at no cost to you.

Access to real training is a rare offer! You’ll have classrooms to peruse and you’ll see hundreds of questions and answers about the processes of setting up a site.

Just imagine being at home every day, or traveling, while you set up and maintain product

promotions, earning commissions from the retailers where others are showing up to every day to stock shelves or stand at the checkout counter.

With patience and persistence and the correct training, you’ll see your web “real estate” appear and begin to represent a whole new lifestyle for senior jobs after retirement. Your retirement!

To get a fuller picture right now, click onto my page about free giveaway websites where I’ve laid out how this offer works in detail.

Included in the free instruction are more ideas for sources of products that are marketed on line. You’ll find one, or a few, that appeals to your personal interests such as:

  • foods and specialty foods
  • electronics
  • home and garden products
  • “how to” digital guidebooks
  • nutritional supplements
  • skin care and hair care
  • sports products
  • fitness and exercises

And more!

I hope I’ve given you some good ideas for senior jobs after retirement where you can earn money working on line – and love your life!

learn to work on the internetTo save you going back up to find it, here’s my link on how to get started.

Please leave any comments or questions below and I’ll catch up with you!

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