Retirement Statistics: By the Numbers
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Improvements in medical science and education have drastically changed the face of retirement. Here's a look at retirement by the numbers today.

Improved health, education, and longevity of life have changed the face of retirement. Today, roughly 45 million Americans are 65 years or older, making up 14 percent of the population.1 Here’s a look at retirement today by the numbers:

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