John Post was born a few years after World War II ended, and just at the start of the baby boom. He has spent his entire career in education. As a high school administrator, his workday begins at 7 a.m., and some days-after a school event-does not end until 10 p.m. While he's in decent health and does his best to eat right and exercise, he suffered a heart attack a year ago and had to endure a triple-bypass surgery.
Post (not his real name) is now 62-years-old and will have to retire one of these days. Responsible for educating students for several decades, he will soon have to call it quits as a school administrator and graduate to the next phase of his life.
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