Post-COVID-19, Seniors Must Chart a New Path in the Workplace

Those most vulnerable to the pandemic will face challenges in the return to work, even as the recession means they may need their paychecks more than ever. But we’ve done it before, and we'll do it again.

We know what the world looks like now: You are fearful to go out; you are hoarding toilet paper and flour; you are Zoom-calling in pajamas; you are trying to figure out how to avoid making your glasses fog up without letting your mask slip, and your kitchen has become a destination vacation spot. Hand sanitizer is way more valuable than those Gucci loafers, which have been replaced by your bunny bedroom slippers.

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Neale Godfrey, Financial Literacy Expert
President & CEO, Children's Financial Network Inc.

Neale Godfrey is a New York Times #1 best-selling author of 27 books, which empower families (and their kids and grandkids) to take charge of their financial lives. Godfrey started her journey with The Chase Manhattan Bank, joining as one of the first female executives, and later became president of The First Women's Bank and founder of The First Children's Bank. Neale pioneered the topic of "kids and money," which took off after her 13 appearances on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."