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Why are we working later in life? Do we have to — or want to? —

28 October 2014—Elizabeth Fideler, Center's research fellow was mentioned on

Has the idea of 65 or so as the traditional retirement age become outdated?

That’s the question I posed to Elizabeth Fideler, a research fellow at the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College and the author of two books that examine why so many older Americans are continuing to work through their 60s and beyond.…

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