People 65+ are hanging on to their jobs in record numbers.
If you're a boomer who feels as if you're stuck at the threshold of retirement but can't quite cross it, welcome to the Threshold Generation. Why are so many boomers delaying their retirement? Here are clues to the answer.
And sadly, some who plan to work into their 80s may be working for their entire lives. The average American dies at age 78
If you think you're going to hang onto your current job until retirement, you're dreaming, says career coach Ford R. Myers
As policymakers tackle the national debt, they should invest in a national asset: the talent of older adults seeking to put their experience to work in their encore careers.
As the falling real-estate and stock markets erode their savings, many aging Americans are delaying retirement, electing