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Women Retire Earlier Than Men, But Don't Have To | Forbes
By Kerry Hannon
A Head-Scratching Retirement Study
That’s why I was perplexed after stumbling upon a blog post that asked, “Why do women retire earlier than men?” on the website of the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College. It was written by Phyllis Moen, McKnight presidential chair in sociology at the University of Minnesota and research fellow at the Sloan Center, and based on a study by Moen and Sarah M. Flood, a researcher at the University of Minnesota.
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