The New York Times ran an article recently on an emerging job and employment trend that says moving specialists are in demand. These “downsizing specialists” are catering to baby boomers and seniors as they move out of their homes and into smaller homes or assisted living facilities. People with degrees in gerontology, health care and psychology are prime candidates for these new jobs. Some people think that these specialists can be practical and objective rather than being emotionally attached to the items or for those who are constantly pack rats. A life less cluttered and simpler all at the cost of $45 to $75 per hour.
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