Dog walker, pet sitter, Uber or Lyft driver, tour guide and personal assistant. These are just some of the part-time hourly gigs that many retirees are partaking in. Working on an hourly basis — where you want, when you want — frees you from punching a time clock and seems a natural fit for a stage of life that’s all about making the most of your time. AARP suggests advertising your “services in community newspapers, on neighborhood listservs, on bulletin boards in apartment buildings, in retirement or adult community residences, and in local grocery stores.”

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