Here and Now Toronto | Dec 4, 2012 | 6:18

Seniors Working Beyond Freedom 55

According to Statistics Canada, a growing number of people close to retirement age are choosing to work, rather than call it quits. Susan Eng, vice-president of advocacy for the Canadian Association of Retired Persons about what this demographic shift will mean for the workplace.

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