Next-Up on issues around the 50+ generation and the future of workforces

1 December 2022 By Next-Up

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We are delighted to have been asked by a number of media to share our thoughts on issues around the 50+ generation and the future of workforces.  See these articles and podcasts

FT.com

Letter: Consider for a moment how 60-year-olds feel | Financial Times (ft.com)

Metro.co.uk

Are you ever too old to change careers? Experts weigh in | Metro News

Sap.com

Baby Boomers as a Talent Pool | SAP Insights

Forbes.com

Retirees Must Have These Four Key Components To Make A Winning Side Hustle (forbes.com)

Forbes.com

Advice To Senior Entrepreneurs Seeking To Start A Retirement Side Hustle (forbes.com)

Forbes.com

7 Major Mistakes Made By Retirees Looking To Start A Side Hustle (forbes.com)

Expat network

An Expat’s Retirement – Double The Challenge

Employeebenefits.co.uk

How can employers tailor benefits to suit ‘unretired’ employees?

Freshbusinessthinking.com

Breaking the ageism glass ceiling by recognising the value of 50+ women at work

businessleader.co.uk

My working day – Victoria Tomlinson – Founder Next-Up

Startup Life LIVE show

Turning retirement in purpose-filled work

The Telegraph

The exponential rise of the side hustle

TheForage

6 Ways to Get a Job With No Work Experience

Thisismoney

The great unretirement: The teacher turned hat historian, the nurse who just doesn’t want to stop… meet the women heading back to work

Wearethecity

Combatting the ageism glass ceiling – how women can boost their careers beyond 50

Startups

How to Survive a Recession (from the businesses that made it through the last one)

Bizvision

You can be successful in “unretirement” says Next-Up founder, Victoria Tomlinson

Express

‘Toxic, woke discriminatory’ – what it’s REALLY like to return to work after retirement

Racontour

‘Championing age’: how business can win back older workers

Sunday Times

Britain on a tightrope

Quote: Victoria Tomlinson, founder of the Harrogate-based Next-Up, which advises people in retirement, said she was seeing an increase in the number of her customers seeking work. “They are beginning to think about this because of the cost of living,” said Tomlinson, 66.

Britain on a tightrope: just how bad will a recession be? | Business | The Sunday Times (thetimes.co.uk)

Yorkshire Post

We need to rethink retirement and give 50-plus employees more opportunity

We need to rethink retirement and give 50-plus employees more opportunity – Victoria Tomlinson | Yorkshire Post

Beststartup.co.uk

Victoria Tomlinson: I started Next-Up to help people use their skills in new ways in unretirement

Victoria Tomlinson: I Started Next-up To Help People Use Their Skills in New Ways in Unretirement – BestStartup.co.uk

Global Banking & Finance

Why traditional retirement is bad for business

Why traditional retirement is bad for business (globalbankingandfinance.com)

Amazing Workplaces

Why the UK needs older people trained in tech to answer the skills gap

Why the UK needs older people trained in tech (amazingworkplaces.co)

Medium.com – Interview with Phil La Duke

The Top Five Trends To Watch In The Future Of Work

Preparing For The Future Of Work: Victoria Tomlinson Of Next-Up On The Top Five Trends To Watch In The Future Of Work | by Phil La Duke | Authority Magazine | Jul, 2022 | Medium

Leeds Living

Do you really want to retire? With a UK skills gap and an untapped resource in those of retirement age, Victoria Tomlinson believed this could be resolved by re-thinking retirement itself.

Next-Up : Do you really want to retire? | Leeds Living

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Next-Up helps anyone over 50 who doesn’t want another mainstream job. We support organisations with a range of services for employees/partners as well as individuals themselves. A key part of our role is to inspire people with ideas and contacts, beyond traditional expectations.

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