Chris Farrell is definitely “glass half full” when it comes to Baby Boomers staying on in the workforce. He told The Washington Post: “For the past five years a lot of employers have been saying to do more with less. My suspicion is that a lot of aging boomers are going to say goodbye. But they’re not going into traditional retirement. They’re going into their own business or to be a consultant. They’ll have informal partnerships with people they know. I think there’s going to be a lot more job movement than that idea of the older worker sitting in their cubicle for another 30 years.”

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