Retirement
En español | Older workers are less confident today than a decade ago about having enough money for a comfortable retirement, according to a new survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
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More than one-third of workers say they won’t retire until after age 65, about three times the number saying so in the early 1990s.
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The U.S. workforce has been turned on its (graying) head. New research finds that workers at or near retirement age are taking up a bigger share of the labor pool - a trend that's driven mainly by women. And in this ever-evolving jobs landscape, older men and women are projected to be working more in the next decade.
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Last year's rising stocks and recovering real estate market appear to have increased workers' retirement confidence as well.
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For those of you who are about to retire, brace yourself.  New research suggests this just may be the worst time in a generation to exit the workforce.
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