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When Will You Retire?—

4 April 2012——The Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College is a rich resource for retirement-related research. According to 2009 Sloan Center findings, three-quarters of adults aged 50-64 reported that economic problems would make it more difficult for them to afford retirement.

“The recent economic crisis, combined with changes in life expectancy and cultural expectations, have caused a significant shift in retirement age, and thereby, in workforce demographics. Such a dramatic shift in the retirement age reflects the current flux in the workforce of the United States and could have a profound effect on a company’s hiring practices,” reported the Sloan Center.

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