Just in time…….
Since we can’t afford to retire anyways, might as well come up with a justification. right? If we become welfare recipients who’s going to pay for all those government handouts. After all we have millions of deadbeats depending on us. Hell, the government has millions getting ready to draw “guaranteed “payoffs.
Giving up work completely on retirement could be bad for your health, US research suggests.
The study of 12,189 people found retirees who take on temporary or part-time work have fewer major diseases, and function better day to day.
The findings were significant even after considering people’s physical and mental health before retirement.
The University of Maryland study appears in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.
The researchers examined data on 12,189 people, who were aged 51-61 at the beginning of the study.
All the evidence suggests that if your mental wellbeing is depleted it will affect you physically
Professor Cary Cooper
University of Lancaster
The participants were interviewed every two years over a six-year period beginning in 1992 about their health, finances, employment history and work or retirement life.
The researchers registered only medical conditions which had been clinically diagnosed, and took account of factors such as sex, education level and financial wealth