Five findings from the survey:
- The average age of retirement has jumped from 57 to 62 since the Great Recession.
- 82 percent of those 50 and over still working say it's likely/very likely they'll work for pay during retirement.
- 47 percent in that same 50-and-over group now plan to retire at a later age.
- 39 percent of the same group have $100,000 or less saved, not including homes or pensions
- One-third of retirees say they had no choice in the matter. That figure jumps to 54 percent for retirees under 65.
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