“America’s Elderly Are Twice as Likely to Work Now Than in 1985”

I have long held that retirement is a quaint twentieth-century concept that didn’t survive into the twenty-first century.

Bloomberg: “Just as single-income families began to vanish in the last century, many of America’s elderly are now forgoing retirement for the same reason: They don’t have enough money. Rickety social safety nets, inadequate retirement savings plans and sky high health-care costs are all conspiring to make the concept of leaving the workforce something to be more feared than desired.”

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