There’s finally an answer to an age-old question: How can you live a longer, more satisfying life?
The answer: work past the traditional retirement age of 65.
A new study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health looked at the risk of dying for different age groups of Americans, and compared it to their retirement age. The researchers found that the likelihood of dying in any given year was 11% lower among people who delayed retirement for just one single year—from age 65 to age 66. By age 70, people who continued working experienced a 38% lower risk …Read More