I have been an elementary administrator for 20 years. I would like to retire but still work. What areas can I search for jobs?
Well since you are familiar with school systems you could look into substitute teaching or if you are good at writing you could be a freelance writer. There is always a need for clerical or office work, finding a part time job as a receptionist is possible. Consultants are always needed for businesses and organizations and just because you retire does not mean you are not a professional anymore. If you don't have many computer skills it would be a good idea to beef up your computer skills because most jobs require good computer skills these days and if you are good at working on a computer it would make it easier for you to work from home.
Also when you are retired the amount of money you make can effect how much you receive for retirement so be aware of that and be sure to account for that factor.
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