September 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2011, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p14
Academic Journal
Statistics are presented on various topics including the percentage of middle-income Americans with jobs who are job-hunting, the percentage of older Americans who plan to work past the age of 65, and the economic value of unpaid family care giving in the U.S.


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