Older Canadians are leading the part-time job shift

Posted by on February 10, 2017

When Rick Baker was turning 65, he did not want to retire.

Mr. Baker had worked for more than four decades as a manager and instructor, including as a municipal parks director, sports consultant, golf-and-country club general manager and college and university professor.

“I wanted to keep working,” he says. He had always loved teaching. So he tapped his college connections, quit his full-time job as the chief executive officer of a large Ottawa-based recreation facility and took a part-time position as a professor at Algonquin College.

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(The Globe and Mail)

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