Seniors Digest
KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and
Independent Living
  October 1, 2010 

"Older Workers" Wordfind

Older Workers WordfindThe U.S. Bureau of Labor predicts that more and more seniors will continue working during the period of life long considered "the retirement years." The baby boom generation is expected to combine work and private time in new ways that reflect both changing technologies and changing ideas about aging.

Whether remaining in long-term positions or taking the leap into a late-life career change, mature workers bring many advantages to their companies.

Give your brain a workout with this month's puzzle, which contains 20 words that describe senior workers!

By Joyce Remy, IlluminAge Communication Partners

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