The share of retirement-age Americans participating in the workforce crossed the 20% mark for the first time in 2019 – that’s double the rate of “retirees” employed in 1985 – thanks to longer life expectancies and better health care. That means more than 10.6 million Americans 65 and older were working or looking for employment last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

 

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