Retirement Isn't What It Used to Be

It is widely reported the number of retirees will balloon in the next few years, and the implications are staggering.  Already some attribute Greece’s financial meltdown to gratuitous retirement benefits that dragged the nation under.  There is hope yet, however, as half of American retirees expect to work part-time after retirement.  Additionally, this generation of retirees will likely remain healthier, as they exercise twice as much as previous generations have.  One unusual tip this soon-to-be retiree offers is to listen to the radio, as it has been identified as a key to “productive aging.”
The Baltimore Sun, September 17, 2011

Written By: Rob Kasper

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