America has yet to witness the tremendous societal transformation retiring Boomers will have, as the oldest is a mere 64 and the youngest, 46. But we are beginning to see signs of the tsunami-sized impact this 77 million-strong army will have on the workplace, the economy, healthcare and even the arts and entertainment.

AARP has just formed a timely, unbelievably beneficial partnership with NBC’s “Today Show.” Beginning March 9, the popular morning news program that reaches 5.9 million viewers a day, is bringing back former Emmy Award-winning host Jane Pauley to produce and report a monthly segment called, “Your Life Calling.” Aimed at people age 50+, it will focus not on withdrawing into and making do in retirement, but how mature adults across the country are reinventing the way they work and thriving in the way they live.

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