April 1, 2008 · 7:00 PM
- Did you know that only 19% of Baby Boomers have done any retirement planning?
- Did you know that most retirement calculators are based on a percentage of income, not based on real cost of living expenses?
- Are you aware that the US will be short 10 million skilled workers by the year 2020?
- Do you know that the US will no longer be able to borrow workers from Asia and Latin America because their working-age populations are starting to shrink?
If you were born between 1946 and 1964 (U.S.) or in another country that had a baby boom and you are interested in learning more, then you should attend this webinar:
WHAT: Boomer Longevity and Careers Webinar
WHEN: Tuesday April 1, 2008, 7:00pm-8:00 Pacific Time
NOTE: All attendees get to immediately download the authors' eBook
The knowledge and skills you will take away from this webinar include:
- How our increased longevity impacts our cost of living and future lifestyles
- Why you should use an expense-based approach to calculate your Longevity Cost and plan your retirement, and how to do it
- How to enjoy the benefits of retirement (travel, projects, time with family) while working for pay
- How to ensure that you make lasting contributions in the final decades of your career
- Boomers are going to be living much longer than our parents' generation; find out how this impacts our future lifestyle and cost of living.
- Many Boomers will outlive their retirement savings; find out how to estimate your Longevity Cost so that you're not stuck without a safety net.
- Boomers are better educated and more skilled than younger workers and can compete effectively in the marketplace.
- Boomers have many options for continuing or changing careers for many decades.
Catherine Kitcho is a marketing consultant known as The Launch Doctor (www.launchdoctor.com) and the author of 6 books. A Baby Boomer all her life, she has been fascinated by the social, political and cultural impacts that this generation has had upon America. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and Golden Gate University. Catherine lives with her husband in Laguna Niguel, California.
Jacky Hood, author of Happy About Working to Stay Young: Expanded Careers for Boomers and Seniors, is a technical support manager and program manager for new product development. Jacky held management positions at ROLM Corporation, TRW , and BNR. Jacky has won several awards and appeared in Who's Who of American Women. She holds a BSEE with Distinction from the University of Nebraska and a Masters in Systems Engineering from Carleton University. For more information see www.bigtent.info.