By now you’ve probably seen the Wells Fargo Retirement Survey that found for many middle class Americans, 80 is the new 65 when it comes to retirement.  What you may not have seen is the firestorm of online discussions this survey has created.

Primarily between the Baby Boomers and Millennials (Gen X’ers are remaining characteristically quiet), the discussion boards have gotten quite heated as the Millennials -- those currently in their late 20’s and younger -- blame not only the current economic malaise on the boomers, but also the inability to advance their own careers as fewer managerial level jobs are opening up due to boomers remaining in the workforce. 

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