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As financial needs have changed since the recent recession and older Americans are in better health, many elderly citizens are working well past mandatory retirement age.
Dec. 29, 2013 in Business on Page E1
Work until you die – or until you can’t work anymore. Until the late 19th century, that was the old-age plan for the bulk of the world’s workers.
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