Why working into your 70s or 80s needn’t be a bad thing | WIRED UK

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A later retirement age and staying in the workplace for longer will create a demand for extended careers that follow multiple paths

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@terencemauri: We will need to start living a “multistage life”, with much more time out – for sabbaticals and periods of retraining – and many more transitions from one job to another, writes LBS’s @lyndagratton in @WIRED bit.ly/2Fwh65E #100yearlife pic.twitter.com/y1hrETZtPY

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@LBS: We will need to start living a “multistage life”, with much more time out – for sabbaticals and periods of retraining – and many more transitions from one job to another, writes LBS’s @lyndagratton in @WIRED bit.ly/2Fwh65E #100yearlife pic.twitter.com/y1hrETZtPY

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