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You read a lot these days about the so-called Great Resignation, as companies grapple with employees leaving their jobs at abnormally high rates, mainly those in their prime working years. This trend, however, does not necessarily apply to older employees, according to a survey released Monday by the Nationwide Retirement Institute (NRI).

The survey found that a quarter of participants in employer-sponsored retirement plans who are 45 or older have pushed back their retirement, or resigned themselves to not retiring at all, because of the pandemic. Worse, 30 percent of participants 65 and older say the same thing.


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