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Byline: KEVIN L. McQUAID
Working an "encore career" in teaching, health care, social service and similar vocations could become a more advantageous and visible way for tens of millions of Americans to re-engage and alter the way society views aging.
"The contribution the baby boomers will make later in life will be through work, not volunteering," Marc Freedman, the founder of encore career group Civic Ventures, told Scope's Winter Forum of Aging, held Friday at the Chelsea Center. "We're not going to live forever but we are going to live long enough to have an impact."
Freedman was referring to the roughly 78 million Americans born from 1946 to …