Monthly Archives: December 2011

What is the “promise” of longevity?

…the “promise” of longevity? That was the opening question in the first post of this blog nine months ago. So here on the shortest day of the year and the last post for 2011, the question is still open. With … Continue reading

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What Women of Working Age!

Yes an exclamation, not a question. It’s no surprise to me that there’s a growth in employment for women 55 plus.  In the business of career and entrepreneurial advisory, I’ve been observing this trend for some time. The Globe & … Continue reading

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Generations and a Decade in Common

How refreshing it was to read Robert Wright’s article in the Ottawa Citizen December 2nd – “Generation Lie: Is it really the baby boomers versus ‘generation screwed?” Breaking down his lengthy discussion deserves more than one posting. For some years … Continue reading

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