Harvard Health Letter

Working later in life can pay off in more than just income

Benefits such as mental stimulation and social engagement are associated with staving off chronic disease. Punching a time clock is still part of the regular routine for an increasing number of older adults. They’re staying employed or going back to work, even though they’re beyond the traditional retirement age of 65. …

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