Older Wisconsin residents speak about decisions to delay retirement

  • Article by: DEBRA JENSEN-DE HART , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 19, 2013 - 12:06 AM

BELOIT, Wis. — Some people look forward to retirement in their 50s and 60s.

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elle2008Aug. 19, 13 3:26 PM

The older executives, attorneys, etc stay in because they are still drawing a hefty salary. The rest are trying to make ends meet.

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flaheymAug. 20, 1312:03 AM

Good for the lawyer who is still working; people should focus more on their careers and less on family and things that are unproductive (i.e., things that dont earn money). Too many people throw their careers away to be stay at home moms, spend time with their families etc.

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ddellwoAug. 20, 13 9:59 PM

My experience in watching the older folks in my life has been that quitting work entirely is the worst thing a person can ever do! While it is fine to cut back on the hours and the responsibility, removing oneself from the work force entirely seems to be a sure-fire way to meet an early demise. I firmly believe that staying active professionally and socially promotes good physical and emotional health!

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