Many baby boomers recently surveyed by AARP say they'd be willing to take service positions after they retire from their long-term careers. Among the top jobs mentioned: customer service rep, retail salesperson, landscaper, cashier, computer support specialist, real estate agent, secretary and child care worker. Note: A separate study by consultants Challenger, Gray & Christmas says older employees are more productive during early-morning shifts.
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