It would be interesting but it may not be as low as you think. For example I'm in that situation. Now part of my problem is that I'm still recovering emotionally from a lost but thanks to some smart investing from my late husband, I now have quite enough to live comfortably until the end of my days baring any thing catastrophic happening.bb wrote:I think it is relevant to ask what % of people would continue to work / stay in their
current job if they were financially independent. My guess the percentage would
not be very high.
But what do I do? I just turned 55, most of my friends are still working so it's not like I can call them up and hang out. the person who I thought I'd be venturing into old age with is gone so I'm solo again. My kids are doing well and venturing into their own lives, no grandkids yet.
So I'm at a job I hate until I can figure out this so called "passion" everyone talks about having.