Many people struggle to go from working every day to not working at all, even when they’re financially ready to retire. In this video blog, Andrew discusses the 6 types of people he sees that work in retirement. They range from the Complacent Connie’s that continue to remain employed because they’re complacent at their job to the Challenge Charlie’s that embark on a brand new adventure in retirement.
Should You Work in Retirement?
Deciding if you should work during your golden years depends on many factors. Your financial plan, your goals and what makes you happy in your life will all play a role. Find out which type of retirement work best suits you by taking our quiz. Let us know what answer you get! Whether you’re a Free Frannie or a Lifestyle Lucy, we’re here to help you plan ahead for your retirement years.
How Often to Work During Retirement?
The frequency of your work may change once you’re retired, even if you choose to say in the same role. Perhaps you’ll take on a mentor role where fewer hours of your time are required. If you, like Passion Patty, choose to do something related to a charity or volunteer your time, your hours will likely not be full-time going forward. If you’re challenging yourself like Challenge Charlie, you may be adjusting to a school schedule, or working more than even if you’re trying your hand at entrepreneurship.