October 15, 2009
Written by Sue · Filed Under Health
3 Responses to “Study: Full Retirement May be Bad for Your Physical and Mental Health”
The reasons that many retirees keep on working at least part-time in a retirement job are numerous.
Here are some of them as found on The Retirement Cafe at: http://www.retirement-cafe.com/Retirement-Jobs.html
A retirment job provides a purpose.
Jobs for retirees provide structure.
Intellectual stimulation can be had from working with bright people.
Having a retirement job can get retirees away from their spouse who can be a nuisance in many cases.
A creative fun retirement job can helps conquer boredom.
A work environment provides more social interaction than staying at home.
Retirement jobs provice a chance to meet interesting people
Starting a retirement business can provide a sense of self-worth from feeling productive.
Retirement jobs and retirement businesses provide retirees a chance to put their creative abilities to great use.
Of course, all of the above will add to retirees’ mental health.
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