At 77 Jay Manning could be kicking back on a beach or curling up at home with a book. Instead he is running a neighborhood coffee shop - after having had a career as hairdresser and concierge. Now that Americans are living an average of 30 years longer than they did a century ago, changing careers later in life is more attractive than ever. Reinventing yourself in maturity can boost your confidence and even slow down the aging process.
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