How baby boomers are negotiating today's world

02/22/2012 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Retirement is no longer an automatic at age 65, as some baby boomers are learning. Economic and stock market troubles have hurt retirement savings and led to layoffs and outsourcing, leaving many people seeking ways to work longer than they ever planned. "I'll probably just work until I drop," says 60-year-old Paula Symons.

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