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Health consequences of postponing retirement

A recent study found continuing to work longer in life is protective against cognitive decline, and those who postpone retirement boast stronger thinking skills than their retired counterparts. An analysis of the U.S. Health and Retirement Study on more than 20,000 Americans ages 55 to 75 who participated in the labor market at some point between 1996 and 2014 found, “participating in the labor market until the age of 67 slows cognitive decline and is protective against cognitive impairment, such as that caused by Alzheimer’s.” To read more about the health consequences of postponing retirement, click here…

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