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"Dan Young of Atlanta came out of an unwanted retirement four years ago, took a job booking hotel rooms and now at the age of 74 helps supervise hundreds of reservation agents.
"Christine Shelley, a widow who was retired, became restless and went back to work. She learned to use a computer and earned six annual pay increases. Now 73 years old, she advises other older workers, 'Never be afraid to accept a challenge.'
"Their experiences illustrate the finding of a new study of two American corporations and a British retail chain. It concluded that older workers can be retrained in new technologies, have lower absenteeism and are often better salespeople than younger workers.
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Knives, guns, schools, and prayer
Mary Metzner Trammell
Before you study
Robin Scott Collins
"New Study of Older Workers Finds They Can Become Good Investments" by Kathleen Teltsch
My best friend
Lori G. White
The spiritual roots of self-respect
with contributions from Mildred D. Johnson
"This way out"
Bradford S. Beadle
Freedom from the limitations of material measurements
Clifford Kapps Eriksen
Nathan A. Talbot
Many years ago I suffered recurring bouts of pneumonia, as...
Norma L. Harbin
When our daughter Christina was about three months old...
Regina Whiting with contributions from Christina Whiting