New Economy Resource Guide“The new economy” first referred to the shift from a manufacturing to service-based economy. Most white collar workers in tall office buildings, or even mid-level managers were a lot less perturbed by this reality than factory workers on the line. But a couple decades down the line, we’re starting to see the impact of the new economy on all sectors and levels of management. For many, the prospect of retirement is on the chopping block.


Check out these posts from our blog to learn more about how the new economy affects you, and what you can do about it.

Start Here

First, let’s take a hard look at the numbers and facts. The reality can be grueling, but it gets better when you see the light at the end of the tunnel:

Job Loss

Yes, even workers with a corner office are at risk of losing their job (or getting laid off) in today’s economy. Read on to learn more:

The Next Steps  

Maybe your nest egg isn’t as big as you’d like, maybe you lost your job, or maybe you’re just worried about how the new economy might affect you in the future. There is a way to plan, prepare, and make up for lost time in your retirement planning. These posts explain the next steps:

Some Inspiration

Worried you don’t have what it takes to take control of your retirement planning and improve your future prospects? These posts can help you motivate and inspire:

Most Popular Posts

Here are a few of the most popular posts about the new economy from our blog:

Other Resources

Want to learn more about how the new economy affects the retirement prospects of Gen Xers and Baby Boomers today? Check out these articles:



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