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Australians Working Longer, Retiring With More Money

The number of older workers with jobs in Australia has almost doubled in a decade, transforming workplaces and adding almost a million employees to meet the nation’s skills shortages.

New data from the Bureau of Statistics shows that, on average, 1.93 million workers aged 55 and over were employed in 2011, almost double the 1.01 million employed a decade earlier.

A revolution in attitudes and opportunities, along with the ageing of the baby boomers, has meant older men and women worked on rather than take on early retirement…

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