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Interview with Elizabeth Fideler, of the Sloan Center, on Aging and Work |

1 July 2014—Elizabeth Fideler is mentioned on by Joe Coombs.

The share of workers aged 55 and older in the U.S. labor force will jump to 25.6 percent in 2022, up from just 11.8 percent in 1992, according to federal data. Some people stay on the job because they are living longer, healthier lives than their predecessors, but many are also unprepared financially to retire and need to keep working. What is the greatest benefit to this trend, and are there any drawbacks?

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