Seniors Starting Businesses for their Contemporaries

Many entrepreneurs are successfully navigating new opportunities in serving their own peers. Specifically, the article discusses the new career of "Patient Advocates" for the Elderly who are helping the adult or "sandwich generation" children navigate the complex and, sometimes horrific, medical system.
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I just read a great article in the New York Times about how retirees are finding new careers in helping their contemporaries.  The Oct. 16, 2020 Article can be found here: Times Article

Many entrepreneurs are successfully navigating new opportunities in serving their own peers.

Specifically, the article discusses the new career of “Patient Advocates” for the Elderly who are helping the adult or “sandwich generation” children navigate the complex and, sometimes horrific, medical system.

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