Retirement Work in Administration

If you are looking for retirement work, consider a job in administration.

If you have excellent computer skills, good with detail and organized, there is retirement work in administration. Many administration  jobs have been lost over the last twenty years with the advent of the personal computer. Likewise, the computer has given rise to many more tasks than ever before. [Read more...]

Are Your Ready for the World Of Nonprofits After Retiring?

Volunteer for a nonprofit

In many ways, the organizational structure of a nonprofit is similar to a for profit business. According to Shelly Cryer, author of The Nonprofit Career Guide: How to Land a Job that Makes a Difference, all nonprofits have a similar structure. (If you are serious about working for a nonprofit, this is the best book on the market.) [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Personal Services: Personal Appearance

Personal appearance includes workers in occupations, such as barbers, cosmetologists (hairstylists), nail technicians (manicurists and pedicurists), make-up artists, estheticians (skin care specialists), electrologists, and image consultants. [Read more...]

Retirement Work with Transportation

For younger and new retirees, transporting material and/or people can be a wonderful way to earn retirement income. Driving is an area where being more mature is considered an asset. Mature drivers are considered more responsible behind the wheel than younger people. [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Personal Services: Hospitality

Do you enjoy serving people and making them feel comfortable? The hospitality industry is huge and offers many opportunities for part time, flexible and seasonal work for retirees. In some cases, travel may be involved.

The hospitality industry spans a great number of situations and positions. [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Healthcare: Work with Equipment

Not all jobs in healthcare require working with patients. With an explosion in diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, there is a demand for people who can install, maintain and repair it.

The jobs below are hand-on working with equipment, requiring good hand/eye coordination, problems solving skills. These jobs are done inside in clean or sterile environments. They may require standing or lifting equipment. Most of these jobs are done during the day, although, there may be on-call or shift work. [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Healthcare: Work with Patients and Equipment

With the rapid rise in diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, there is an increased demand for equipment operators. Not only must the technician understand the equipment, but also be able to interact with patients and other healthcare professionals. [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Healthcare: Work with Patients

There are a wide range of occupations that provide hands-on assistance and treatment to patients. In addition to knowledge required for their specialty, these jobs require special people skills. Working with people who are ill or needing medical treatment requires tact, compassion and the ability to work with a wide range of personalities. [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Healthcare: Work with Data

There are a number of healthcare occupations that deal primarily with data with a minimum of patient interaction, if any at all. As medical records become more electronic based, there are opportunities to manage this data.

Most of these jobs require attention to detail, and an understanding of medical terminology, as well as specific computer programs. The working conditions usually involve an office setting. [Read more...]

Retirement Work in Healthcare

There are two myths about working in traditional healthcare. The first is a career in healthcare requires many years of education. If you want to be a doctor, that is absolutely the case. Medical school is competitive, grueling, and a long process. But, many jobs within the healthcare field require less than a 2-year degree or certification. These are referred to as allied healthcare careers. It is estimated as many as 60 percent of jobs in healthcare are allied. [Read more...]