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Study: Today's College Grads Won't Retire Until They're 75

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — Young men and women graduating college these days may have to wait until they’re at least 75 to retire, according to a new study. 291 more words


Dunnes Stores settles age discrimination claim by former security manager

As reported here on the BBC News website and here in the Belfast Telegraph, a Northern Ireland woman who claimed that Dunnes Stores discriminated against her because of her age has been awarded £40,000 in settlement. 163 more words

In The News

FIFA Referee Age Limit Abolished

Rumours have been surfacing over the past few years confident that FIFA would abolish the age limit on international referees. Each time, it would return stronger in the form of news articles and even once, from the Third Team. 242 more words


What Does the Future Hold for Social Security?

Too many Americans, particularly in the younger generation, believe Social Security benefits will be nonexistent by the time they reach retirement age. While it’s true that the money in the Social Security trust funds is being depleted, the chances that benefits will be eliminated altogether are slim to none. 841 more words


Public Employees Would Face Retirement Changes Under GOP Bills

The Wisconsin State Journal reports Republican lawmakers are laying the groundwork for changes to state and local government workers’ pensions, including those of school district employees, that could reduce the monthly payouts and raise the age at which they could retire. 128 more words

State Issue

Unexpected Rewards Await You

If you were told this statement, what would it mean to you?

“You may be in your 70’s on earth but growth between now and next age will be profound, because you walked through this door to say, ‘I’m ready.’…You had to tell Kym, ‘I have questions on the metaphysical material in general and on its application in my own life.’ … You had to voluntarily come into the project on your own.”

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Arts & Entertainment

Will You Be Working Longer Than Planned?

Retiring at age 65 is becoming less and less common. More people work past the once traditional age of retirement for a variety of reasons. 426 more words