Why Retirement Doesn't Mean Not Working

More older Americans -- healthier and better educated than in the past -- are returning to the workforce, for a variety of reasons

It's a lesson that generations of retired farmers have learned the hard way: La dolce vita, the good life that comes at the end of a career, can be deadly. Sleeping late instead of milking the cows, spending afternoons on the front-porch swing while both heart and stomach turn flabby, has sent many a sod buster to a premature grave.

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