Percentage of seniors choosing to work longer continues to rise
Longview — Jim Martin can’t imagine life without scissors in his hand and a head of hair to cut.
At age 70, Martin sees a long future of cutting hair and is hoping to get into the T-shirt business. The man, who has held two jobs for the past 15 years, knows he would not enjoy the down time others yearn for in retirement.
“I just don’t see going home and sitting,” said Martin, owner of Jim’s Trim barber shop in former Greggton.
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