Recruiting Web Site Targets Those Working After Retirement

October 10, 2007 ( - An online recruiting service named is meant to help Baby Boomers who plan to work after retirement find a job.

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, in the press release. “Our goal is to be the number one way for employers and qualified retirees to connect.

According to the company, 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.

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