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Research indicates that working during retirement can help you live longer and healthier. You don't need to work a lot--one study has demonstrated benefits from as little as 100 hours a year. Here are some resources that can help you home in on a good opportunity.

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AARP

(www.aarp.org)

Lists "featured" employers that want to hire older workers, plus annual awards for the best employers for workers over 50

Experience Corps

(www.civicventures.org)

Tutoring and other opportunities in public schools and after-school programs in 14 cities. "Volunteers" age 55 and up are often paid stipends to work 15 or more hours a week

The Next Chapter

(www.civicventures.org)

National community-based organization for those over age 55 to network and explore options

The Transition Network

(www.thetransitionnetwork.org)

New York City-based networking group for women over age 50; $75 membership fee

WomanSage

(www.womansage.com)

Orange County (Calif.)-based network for midlife women; $40 to $80 membership fee

Score

(www.score.org)

Volunteer to counsel small businesses

YourEncore

(www.yourencore.com)

Recruits mainly experienced scientists, engineers, and product developers for projects at clients including Procter & Gamble

Retired Brains

(www.retiredbrains.com)

Part-time, full-time, and temporary job listings for retirees

The Phoenix Link

(www.thephoenixlink.com)

You can post your resume on this site, which caters to experienced executives

Senor Job Bank

(www.seniorjobbank.org)

Job listings for those over 50

Monster.com

(www.monster.com)

Tips, message boards, and other resources for older workers


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