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When you're 30, you can't wait until the day you can retire and spend your days sipping Pina Coladas on a white sand beach. When you finally retire at 65 or 67, suddenly you miss going to work every day. Either you're restless or didn't save up enough for retirement, and now you want to return to work in retirement.
Here are the best cities, according to US News, for working after retirement:
Best Cities for Working After Retirement
Some cities are filled with youngsters and start-ups. Other cities are more senior friendly:
Obstacles to Working After Retirement
As you continue working during your retirement, you may encounter a few obstacles such as age discrimination or reduced social security payments.
Sadly, many senior workers have had to deal with age discrimination in the workplace. However, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act prohibits discrimination against employees or potential employees older than 40 years of age.
Refusing to hire an applicant or firing an employee solely because of age is age discrimination. Making harassing comments about someone's age can also be age discrimination.
If you are being discriminated against because of your age, you can file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Social Security Retirement Benefits
If you are able to continue working or get a new job after retirement, just be aware that you may be giving up money to make money.
You can still work and collect Social Security retirement benefits. However, if you retired before full retirement age off 65-67, the Social Security Administration may reduce your retirement benefits by about one-third to one-half of your outside earnings.
If you are being discriminated against at work because of your age, consult with an experienced employment attorney for help.