Will I ever get off this treadmill?
from The New York Times
However their feelings about it differ, most people realize that the rules of retirement have changed. In April, a Gallup survey of nonretired adults found that the average American expects to retire at age 67 — four years later than those polled a decade earlier and seven years later than those polled in the mid-1990s. Research tends to back them up. The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College reports that the average retirement age for men has climbed to 64 from 62 over the past 20 years.
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