Working Past Retirement Age, Meaningfully

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Marc Freedman, author, The Big Shift
Steven Greenhouse, labor and workplace correspondent, The New York Times

As baby boomers begin to turn 65, many expect to keep working well past retirement age. Nearly one in five working Americans tapped into retirement accounts in the past year, and some now worry they will outlive their savings. Others may not need to work, but choose a so-called "encore" career.

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