Older Americans Staying in Work Force
Seattle Times Online (05/21/03) p.72; Armas, Genaro C.

According to Census Bureau statistics, the number of older Americans in the workforce grew by as much as 50 percent between 1980 and 2002. These older workers are seeking career changes, such as opening small businesses, and others are returning to work after huge stock market losses reduced their retirement funds. According to Alliance for Retired Americans Executive Director Edward Coyle, more Americans are expected to put off retirement because they are unsure if they can afford it.


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