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Resources for finding work in 2013

You might call it the graying job market: a rise in the number of businesses for seniors that are also run by seniors. And they're looking to hire older adults who can help the aging population. NBC's Chris Jansing reports.

Tonight on NBC Nightly News, find out how the needs of millions of baby boomers are creating jobs for people of all ages. 

After 35 years in the fashion industry, Roseann Brown left her career to follow her passion: becoming a fitness instructor. She says it's great to be able to "go for it" and calls it a great opportunity for the 50-plus generation to keep working.

The AARP has compiled a list of the five jobs that are in demand in 2013. Click here to find out what they are.

You can find resources for job seekers here

Kerry Hannon, AARP's jobs expert, says people want to keep working -- not only for financial reasons, but for the mental, physical and social engagement.

And for more from Nightly's series on retirement, please visit our Road to Retirement website and check out a few related stories below. 

Typically, employees have always been advised to stash four percent of their salary into a retirement fund – but some experts suggest lowering that number in order to delay taking Social Security checks. Every year that you delay Social Security you get an eight percent increase in your monthly benefits. NBC's Chris Jansing reports.

A new study shows more than one in four households with a 401k or other retirement account will withdraw some or all of it to pay for non-retirement needs, such as college tuition or mortgages. NBC's Chris Jansing reports.