Mary Kay Fleming made fun of her husband’s ungraceful transition into retirement. But after retiring during COVID, she learned that karma’s a bitch.
Losing a job is never easy, but rebounding in your 50s and beyond, especially during a pandemic, takes a special sort of resilience.
Myriam Sarachik’s struggle for recognition in the field of physics is only part of this 87-year-old’s fascinating story of tenacity and pluck.
File this under B for `Bout Time. Citigroup has promoted Jane Fraser to be the only female CEO of a major U.S. financial institution.
Age discrimination has long been rampant in the workplace, but the current economic downturn will only make it worse. NextTribe is forming a group to take on issues like this.
Lower earnings over our lifetime mean we’ve got to make less money last longer. A new report looks at the financial future for women like us and how to improve it.
She’s been a costume designer and culture journalist, and in her mid-80s, Joan Kron decided to take on filmmaking. Here she talks about how to squeeze more juice out of life.
The last time Deborah Harkins was in a classroom was 1979, and now she is relishing every moment as a TOWER Fellow at the University of Texas, a new program that helps those at the end of their careers pivot to what’s next.
In her corporate job, Lisa Sullivan saw that many colleagues were miserable. Now on her own, she’s created a business devoted to helping others become happier with their lives.
For four years, Sheryl Northrop has been looking for a new job. Grappling with despair and doubt, she scaled Mount Whitney with her husband and found surprising clarity on the path.