In May, the Urban Institute reported that the number of eligible Americans taking early Social Security benefits had hit a 35-year low. But the recession and protracted high unemployment have left some older adults"”such as 62-year-old Clare Keany"”forced to take benefits earlier than planned.
Stubbornly high unemployment has thrown workers of all ages into a tizzy. But the question of which age group has suffered most is something the experts can't agree on.
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