Gail House was forced into retirement last year at age 58, after serving two decades as the principal safety manager for her Orlando, Fla., employer.‚Äč
Ms. House, who’d been earning a low-six-figure salary, hasn’t received a paycheck in almost half a year. A single woman, she doesn’t have the cushion of a second household salary and she may need to tap her 401(k) for income in three months’ time if she’s unable to find another full-time job. That could delay her retirement beyond age 62, her goal.
The situation would be far worse if it weren’t for Dennis Nolte, Ms. House’s‚Ä¶