3/12/2014 – The Gray Jobs Enigma (New York Times)

Mar 13, 2014 Comments Off by

In her years as a probation officer north of Dallas, Patricia Lowell reckoned that she would work until age 65, confident that she could then retire halfway comfortably on her pension and Social Security. After retiring, she thought, she would pick up some extra spending money by working part-time retail jobs during the holiday season.

In that way, Ms. Lowell was like the three out of four Americans who say they plan to continue working after they retire from their main job.

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