Article preview: The traditional approach to retirement has changed, dramatically so, in recent years. What used to be viewed as a cliff-edge has, for many retirees, become more of a gradual transition into a different lifestyle. Where retirement used to involve a complete break from work – one-day clocking in at 9 am, the next with no employment commitments to fulfil – it’s now increasingly common for retirees to work part-time, or volunteer in some capacity. New research from Fidelity International has found that more than half of UK adults plan to work at least part-time during their retirement.
Retirement is a transition, not a cliff-edge
This 661-word blog post considers new research which finds that people are increasingly working during retirement. Written on 5th November 2019.
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