After falling for more than a century, the average retirement age is once again climbing, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dow Jones reports. Twenty years ago, only 18% of people in their late 60s were still working. Today, that’s 29% and expected to continue to climb.

And according to a survey by the National Association of Realtors, more than 25% of Baby Boomers never expect to retire.

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