Tengia Seeks To Help Seniors Redefine Retirement

Are you 65, but not yet ready to give up the working world? Los Angeles-based startup Tengia says it has launched a new platform, which is aimed at helping Americans who are 65 and older, help connect with individuals and small businesses to tap into their depth of experience. The service matches seniors with people based on their areas of expertise, and letting them set their own availability and fees--with the aim of helping them work towards a more comfortable lifestyle, recover from the recession, or just continue to contribute to society. The startup, led by Deone Sulgatti, says users can post jobs or hire experienced professionals in fifty different areas, including legal, tech, and business.