Staying on the Job

In the face of soaring health care costs and shrinking retirement plans, many seniors in recent years have migrated back to the workplace—or simply stayed on the job. The number of workers who are at least 65 has jumped in the last decade. Roughly one in seven workers in today’s workforce is 65 or older.

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In the face of soaring health care costs and shrinking retirement plans, many seniors in recent years have migrated back to the workplace or simply stayed on the job. More »


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