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It’s time to retire old ideas about retirement

RAIG OGELBY WORKED IN PENNSYLVANIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS for about 40 years before calling it quits in 2007. He regretted it almost instantly. Just one month after retiring, he took a new job as a principal in New Jersey. “I really just did not think through my decision to retire,” says Ogelby, now 72 and working as a consultant. “I thought I was ready, but I soon realized that I need to continue to be

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