How to Jump from a Second Career to a New Dream Encore Job | Time by Chris Farrell
You aren’t limited to a second career. Be ready to embrace a third or fourth career as opportunities come along.
Most of my boomer friends tell their adult children to plan on multiple jobs and careers. The era of corporate loyalty and the organization man and woman is long gone, they (and I) say—due to a hypercompetitive global economy and their likely desire to embrace new opportunities throughout their work lives. Good advice.
But boomers ought to heed this insight, too, embracing multiple acts during the second half of life. I think you shouldn’t just plan on a second career, but maybe a third or a fourth.