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Although the U.S. economy has been experiencing a recovery, new research by The Conference Board has found that of respondents aged 45-60, the percent that plans to delay retirement has gone up 20 percentage points in two years. This report reveals the demographics of these respondents, the likely reasons for the increase, what may have triggered them, and what it means for employers and the U.S. labor market.
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