Tweeners:True stories about people who have successfully made mid-life career changes by Wendy Matthews

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Tweeners:True stories about people who have successfully made mid-life career changes

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There is a cultural and socioeconomic phenomenon happening with Baby Boomers today They re redefining retirement by transitioning into mid life careers or finding work that fulfills their hearts if not their wallets These 50 60 and even 70ish people can t really see themselves hanging up the old spurs because they ve still got another 20 or more good years in them This generation is caught between a cycle where careers have either peaked their jobs have evaporated or they re just ready to do something else There s still plenty of energy and drive to do more This has created a category called the tweener years Tweeners are somewhere between the end of a long career and the beginning of a new one or a new avocation This book discusses how we came to this stage and how career changes are being made at a point when in previous generations people were handed their gold watch and then they contemplated old age The energy is still there for most of us and so is the drive to create and grow We re looking for new thrills and a way to fulfill our dreams which usually correspond with our interests and occasionally our financial abilities As this book reveals there are many people who have become Tweeners in the last few years we just don t see them as a group Many of us have encountered an occasional person we ve met at a neighborhood barbeque or maybe while we were vacationing or perhaps we ve just heard about the stories of these Tweeners from a friend of a friend We just haven t seen them en masse enough to realize that this is a cultural and economic phenomenon occurring around us Changing careers and lifestyles after several decades of habit and routine is not easy but it has happened and is happening to millions of people all over the world Some of the things that provoke change are myriad loss of a job health problems a personal or family crisis Some are not so obvious like boredom routine that insidious sameness that casts a gray g

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