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One third of full-time workers aged 50-64 would pursue paid work if they retired today

Among full-time workers aged 50-64, "nearly 7 in 10 (68%) say they plan to retire at or after the age of 65.  Over one third of respondents think they would pursue paid work if they decided to retire from their current job today," according to a 2015 AARP survey. 
       
 
       

Anderson, G. (2015). AARP post-retirement career study. (p. 7) Washington DC: AARP. Retrieved from http://www.aarp.org

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