Some senior citizens move to retirement communities where they play golf or shuffleboard.
Other seniors looking to be tech-savvy or start a small business go to Senior Planet.
The MIT Technology Review recently went inside Senior Planet, a retirement community and coworking space founded by Tom Kamber in 2006.
At their Manhattan location, seniors can learn everything from finding the “On” button on their computers to creating their own websites.
Learning these skills has never been more important for older people, especially as senior entrepreneurs are becoming a bigger part of America’s economy.
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