If we typically retire at 65, then many of us are halfway through our careers. In fact, there are just as many of us on the “down-side” of our careers as there are on the “up-side.” If you are forty-two or older, should you be planning for career advancement or retirement? Just as important; what should employers be doing with career planning for the older employee? Should they be coaching employees to advance in their careers or helping them find ways of gracefully disengaging?
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