Career Builder: 50% of Workers Extending Their Retirement Horizon

Based on the results of a survey of workers age 60 and over conducted last month by Career Builder, it appears clear that the traditional age 65 (or 66) goal line for sliding into retirement is drifting away. In fact, 30% of the survey respondents indicate they are likely to defer retirement to age 70 or beyond, while another 20% suggest that retirement will never happen for them. Career Builder’s Lauren Salm examines the results of this survey, and offers some guidelines for those rethinking their long-term retirement strategies in an article posted on the Career Builder site today. Read her article here…

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