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� On the go? Listen to today’s podcast to hear about why un-retirement is the new retirement, the reason Etsy sellers are going on strike, Joe Rogan’s shaky future with Spotify, and more. The big idea Millions of Americans retired early. Now they want to work again
Unretirement is the new retirement. Peloton nabbed a retired CEO to lead the company out of Americans’ storage closets. Howard Schultz returned to Starbucks. And Tom Brady lasted ~40 days in retirement before deciding to return to the NFL (and to a cascade of memes roasting him). The superstar quarterback and deep-pocketed CEOs were just following the crowd. After a retirement boom over the last 2 years, the share of retirees reentering the workforce has ticked up to levels unseen since early March 2020, per The Wall Street Journal . Money, security, and old age lead people to retire
And after a brief pandemic recession, housing prices and the value of financial assets soared from spring 2020 to late summer 2021. Plenty of graying boomers, whose savings were shaken by the Great […]
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