Older Workers Turn to 'Phased' Retirement NPR's Susan Stamberg reports on the trend of older workers staying in the office well past retirement age. She talks with Bonnie Ere, host of PBS' To the Contrary, about the practice called "phased" retirement.
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Older Workers Turn to 'Phased' Retirement

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Older Workers Turn to 'Phased' Retirement

Older Workers Turn to 'Phased' Retirement

Older Workers Turn to 'Phased' Retirement

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NPR's Susan Stamberg reports on the trend of older workers staying in the office well past retirement age. She talks with Bonnie Ere, host of PBS' To the Contrary, about the practice called "phased" retirement.