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.
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.
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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