According to a press release, the Web site focuses on the baby boomers who want to continue working or find a different career after they hit their retirement age.
“Studies by Merrill Lynch and Ernst and Young report that 74% to 85% of people over the age of 50 plan to remain in the workforce in some capacity during their ‘ retirement years ‘ , “ said Joseph Scalice, president and CEO of RetireeWorkforce.com, in the press release. “Our goal is to be the number one way for employers and qualified retirees to connect. “
According to the company, RetireeWorkforce.com job opportunities range from blue- to white-collar and cover employment options including seasonal, temporary, part-time and full-time.
Industries include accounting, engineering, education, financial services, health care, legal, retail and science, among others, the announcement said.
For more information visit www.retireeworkforce.com .
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