‘Don’t Put Baby Boomers out to Pasture!’

Too young to retire from an active business life, yet seen in many workplaces as being too old to be of any use – this is the lament of the Baby Boomers, those people born after the Second World War in the so-called baby boon years between 1946 and 1964.  But, argues Marilyn Hallett, it is a big mistake to put the Boomers out to pasture.  Click here to read the article.  Also see previous article “Rethinking Retirement”