THEPHAZER™

Sharing a Roadmap with Our Aging Workforce

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Progress and Opportunity

The Phazer

For decades, aged-out workers and their advocates have sought extended work and flexible paths to retirement. This year Respectful Exits and its many supporters are taking action to create real opportunities.

We successfully crowd-funded over $25,000 to turn a proven, robust process into a self-help toolkit that will enable healthier futures on a large scale.

We have launched ThePhazer™ as a free website for all individuals to use. We encourage all aging workers and their supporters to visit the site, use it, and share it.

CEO Paul Rupert describes ThePhazer™
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Only YOU can put this power in the hands of the millions who need it. We have set a goal of raising $35,000 by March 31 2019 to fund an ambitious distribution campaign immediately. Use the form on this page to donate today! With each $60 donation, you will help us deliver ThePhazer™ to 500 workers over 50.

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Respectful Exits is a program of New Ways to Work, Inc., a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent provided by law.

Thank You

Thank you to our generous donors!

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Christina Kessler

$25.00

Jennifer Mirsky

$25.00

Anonymous

$25.00

Jessica Foster

$35.00

Marigene Dolven

$25.00

BOOMER EXODUS

From 2011 until 2029, 10,000 Boomers a day—or 60 million people—turned and will turn 65.

That’s the equivalent of one-and-a-half Californias.

INCREASED LONGEVITY

Life expectancy is up 20 years, yet workers are discarded at 65 or earlier.

Social Security set the retirement eligibility age at 65 in 1936.

IMPENDING POVERTY

50% of workers 50-64 have less than $14,000 in savings to last 20-30 years.

Invested, that yields $50 per month.

RETIREMENT DEMAND

64% of workers hope to work longer and ease into retirement, while 5% of employers offer formal programs.

The demand increases, but the supply does not.