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  • US Seniors are working into retirement
  • US Seniors are working into retirement
    Scott Lewis (2015) ©
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US Seniors are working into retirement

Reaching retirement age used to mean kicking back and cruising through later life. But rather than heading to the golf course, a growing number are staying in work. The US now has its highest number of elderly workers since the '60s as Seniors continue to clock in.

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