I can already see my sister's (who follows via email) response to this "don't worry Scotty, you won't change a bit in retirement". : )
Let me explain...
After spending many years in the corporate world and having many titles I made a switch over to academia. I was actually quite lucky to land a tenure track teaching position in my late forties. However after teaching college freshman & sophomore classes for four years, I wanted to do something else. But I really did not want to go back to the corporate world so I switched jobs at the college to work on their online course system.
This has been a good work experience. It is not that I have given up on my career, I have decided that I'm just not climbing the ladder any longer, I am satisfied where I am. There is actually quite a lot of peace when you are not focusing on or even thinking about that next job.
However, about a year ago, they did some renaming of titles at the college. So, although nothing else changed in what I did on a day to day basis, I was given a new title: Academic Systems Specialist (ASS). So with any luck, I will be an ASS until I retire!