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“Boomers” Plan to Keep Working in Retirement

Reporting on a survey conducted by TD Ameritrade, Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Courtney Kueppers suggests “that young professionals are having a harder time moving up in the workplace due to fewer people retiring.” Citing the study’s finding that 40% of respondents indicate they plan to continue in the workplace even if they don;t face financial problems. “Gone are the days of retirement being seen as an essential, defined life stage, where an employee could expect to work for a company long-term and be taken care of after retiring,” said Christine Russell, senior manager of retirement and annuities at TD Ameritrade. REad Ms. Kueppers’ post here…


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