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CHICAGO (Reuters) - When it comes to retirement, many middle class Americans said 80 is the new 65 and plan to delay retirement because of worries over money, according to a new survey. Wells Fargo bank asked 1,500 Americans who earned between $25,000 and $99,999 and ranged in age from 20 into their 70s questions about retirement, savings and Social Security for its seventh annual retirement survey. Three-fourths of those surveyed said they expect to work in their retirement years. One quarter said they will "need to work until at least age 80" to live comfortably in retirement. Of Americans who will work in retirement, "47 percent said that they are going to continue in the same job or a similar job of similar responsibility," Joe Ready, Well Fargo's director of Institutional Retirement and Trust, told Reuters Insider
Sleeping is a waste of time, plus I can't remember my dreams. But I love bacon.
If you're not fond of sleep... what's wrong with you?
Originally posted by TupacShakur
[...] I've talked to countless people who describe a profession, and when I ask why they're getting into it, they say somthing like "Cause I'm gonna make tons of money!"
Astrophysics for the win!