People hope to work later in life. Here’s the reality Several studies have found that many workers intend to continue working past their retirement age, according to this article on The Wall Street Journal. However, findings from a Gallup survey show that the average retirement age is 61, with only 4% of seniors working until the age of 70 or older. A survey by the Federal Reserve also found that only 7% of retirees claimed that they received income from a job.
'Age in place': How self-driving cars will transform retirement The number of senior population is expected to increase in the coming years, and they are likely to stay in their own home as autonomous vehicles will help enable them to live independently, according to this article on Yahoo Finance. “The aging of the population converging with autonomous vehicles might close the coming mobility gap for an aging society,” says an expert with the Massachusetts Institute for Technology AgeLab.
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