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How long will boomers work into retirement? So far, not much more than previous generations. Read More:
More and more boomers continue to work after age 65, and the reasons are as varied as their second acts. Read More:
For most, working in retirement is not simply more of the same,” the report noted. “In fact, many see retirement as a chance to try something new and even pursue career dreams they were unable to explore during their pre-retirement years.” Read More:
Chris Farrell spoke about his new book Unretirement at the September SHIFT Forum. Read about it here.
Article by: Katy Read, Special to the Star Tribune February 25, 2014
More Americans these days say they’re in no hurry to retire at the traditional age of 65. A 2013 Gallup poll found that 37 percent of working people expect to stay on the job until they’re over 65, up from 14 percent a couple of decades ago. Read the article: