The journey through a working life used to be pretty clear cut. You joined a company, spent your career there, then got the gold watch and the golf clubs at the age of 65. But that's all changing - and quickly - because of what demographers are calling the "age wave".
It is forcing us to re-think retirement and it raises a lot of questions. That's especially true in the Maritime region, which has an older than average population. Listen in as Dave MacDonald looks at what he calls "The Unretired."