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The Sharing Economy for Aging Demographics

The Sharing Economy: 3 Critical Opportunities for Aging Demographics

A version of this article appeared on Economics21, a portal of the Manhatten Institute, on June 9, 2016. “Aging boomers and the sharing economy go together like peanut butter and jelly” – The Globe and Mail, November 20, 2015. We have a big problem…I mean, opportunity, on our hands. By big, I mean a billion big. In […]

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Senior Sharing Citizens: A Guide To The Best Jobs For Seniors

Welcome back, digital seniors! Today we will be discussing the best jobs for seniors in the sharing economy. As you know already from our first article in this series, aging demographics in North American are creating serious financial concerns. And rightly so. In the words of Oliver Wendell Holmes, “Men do not quit playing because […]

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The Digital Senior Part 2: Sharing Economy Secrets To Independent Living & Earning In Retirement

Part 2 – Independent Living: How Seniors Can Avoid Expensive Assisted Living Facilities This series is part of a larger ongoing project conducted by the Casual Capitalist over the next several months. We are currently writing a book teaching seniors how to leverage the digital tools available to them to live more economically and independently. […]

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The Digital Senior Part 1: Sharing Economy Secrets to Independent Living & Earning In Retirement

  The Digital Senior Part 1 – WEtirement: What Is The Sharing Economy And Stories From Seniors Using It This series will be part of a larger ongoing project conducted by the Casual Capitalist over the next several months. We are currently writing a book teaching seniors how to leverage the digital tools available to […]

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