Retirement Redefined in 72 year-old Mailman Profile

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Older Americans’ reasons for staying in the workforce cover the spectrum in the post-recession economy. Some need the money to live day-to-day, some want to build up battered 401(k) plans or put more away for their kids, some find that the daily activity organizes their lives in ways they can’t on their own, keeping them connected and useful.

Business Week profiled a 72 year old mailman who is part of the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. labor force — those who work past their 65th birthdays.

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