Today, 47% of retirees say they’re either working or plan to work in retirement — and 72% of people in the 50+ range (i.e. future retirees) say they want to do exactly the same thing. Researchers at Oregon State University analyzed data from a large, ongoing study of people age 50 and up. What they found was that people who continued to work past 65 had an 11% lower chance of death from all causes. On TODAY show this morning, I talked about health-related reasons to continue working longer.
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