Solving the Struggle of Older Workers
David Thigpen, The Huffington Post.
Once upon a time, like clockwork, workers in their late 50s and early 60s could begin looking forward to their golden years of retirement. Not anymore. New numbers published by the U.S Department of Labor confirm a trend that has long been visible in retail stores, factories, restaurants and offices everywhere: older workers are holding onto their jobs well beyond what was once considered retirement age, and often not by choice.