Maybe it's financial need. Maybe it's a desire to stay active, or professional pride. Whatever the reason, seniors are working longer. A recently released study from Provision Living, which operates senior communities in the Midwest, shows that a substantial 20% or more of the senior population remains part of the workforce that in 25 cities across the United States. "Many seniors cannot afford to retire — either they're still supporting their families, they have debt, or they haven't saved enough — while other seniors continue to work because they enjoy it, or they want to avoid potential retirement boredom," says Todd Spittal, president of Provision Living. Here's a closer look at the cities with the most working seniors, and, courtesy of RetirementJobs.com, what they might be doing.
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