New York, New York (PressExposure) February 02, 2007 -- New York, NY - February 2, 2007 - With more than seventy-eight million Baby Boomers starting to turn sixty, a new era of living has been ushered in. People in their forties, fifties, and sixties, who have spent a lot of time trying to look and feel young through the use of exercise, herbal supplements, and plastic surgery now consider themselves middle aged according to a recent study by A.C. Nielson.
As many as 60% of these revitalized people are ready to start new careers and undertake new responsibilities. But many of them have their own conditions for remaining in the work place. They want to be recognized for the valuable experience they have, and many of them want to work from home so that they can combine more leisure time with their work efforts.
People in this new middle-aged group tend to rely more on instinct and faith than on pure logic or extensive investigation of work from home opportunities. This can leave them open to scam artists who are out to prey on this unsuspecting group.
The same good instincts that have helped get the Baby Boomer generation to the place they are at now should help them decide which opportunities to work from home are real and which ones aren't. This new middle-aged group now controls over 16 trillion dollars in the nations wealth. They know what they are doing.
Many people in the new middle-aged group want to continue living in the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed. To many of them that means that full retirement is not a viable option, and many who can afford to retire still want to feel the sense of accomplishment that continuing to work can give them. ****