What are the best professions for working past age 65? @globeandmail @changepaths

The Globe and Mail recently interviewed Lisa Taylor, a trail blazer intent on challenging outdated career thinking. She understands how demographics are driving strategic changes to today’s workforces, and in this interview, Lisa challenges the assumptions we have about working past the age of 65. As you’ll see in the video, it’s important to know yourself and be flexible. Click on the image to watch:

Changing Careers

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Lisa Taylor also wrote this useful Blog Post: 5 tips to transition into a non-profit career. If you’re considering working at a non-profit, we encourage you to get involved at West Toronto Support Service: volunteer, student placement and employment opportunities are posted on our website so check back often, call (416) 653-3535 or email info@wtss.org with questions.

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