Baby Boomers Find New Careers with Help from Opus Virtual Offices

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Downsizing companies are increasingly laying off older workers, but most baby boomers neither want, nor can afford, to retire before they are good and ready. A second career can be a necessity, and Opus, a leading provider of virtual office programs, is targeting their needs this season and beyond.

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We're committed to assisting baby boomers transition into new careers as entrepreneurs. Virtual offices give them the tools they need to conduct their business professionally for only $99 a month." - Yori Galel, CEO, Opus Virtual Offices.

60 is the new 40, and today's first wave of baby boomers think and act young. Unfortunately, that doesn't stop downsizing companies from increasingly laying off or pressuring into early retirement their older workers. But most boomers aren't ready to retire, and with pension funds shrinking, many can't afford to. A second career can be a financial necessity as well as personally rewarding. Opus Virtual Offices has specifically chosen this season to focus on helping baby boomers learn about and utilize virtual offices so they can profit and grow for years to come.

"We're committed to assisting laid-off baby boomers transition into new careers as entrepreneurs," says Yori Galel, CEO, Opus Virtual Offices, who has over fifteen years of experience providing virtual office programs to businesses and entrepreneurs. "Virtual offices can give them the tools they need to present and conduct their business professionally for only $99 a month."

The choice of business to pursue remains up to the new entrepreneurs. Some will want to continue careers spent in fields immediately suited to personal sizing; such as sales, accounting, consulting, financial, or legal services. Other fledgling boomer entrepreneurs may want to kick up their heels and try something new based on interests and talents. Either way, virtual office packages are there to help insure success.

Virtual offices are complete business systems that utilize the latest technology to create flexible online workplaces. They present a business as located at an impressive corporate address with business phone and fax numbers. This showcases the business as one of professionalism and substance, and has the added advantage of keeping a residential address and home phone number entirely private.
With fax and voicemail converting to email, premium call forwarding, and live professional outsourced receptionists answering calls, new business owners are free to grow their business and presents them as directing a staff of employees.

Modern baby boomers retain a wealth of experience and vitality to offer the business world. Opus Virtual Offices will be encouraging their success by providing the right program to help them achieve it.
http://www.opusvirtualoffices.com

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