Retiring retirement

@article{Lawrence2008RetiringR,
  title={Retiring retirement},
  author={Peter A. Lawrence},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2008},
  volume={453},
  pages={588-590}
}
Retirement is one of the most significant life transitions in adulthood, and current “retirees” and the 78 million Baby Boomers just behind them are re-writing the rules. No longer satisfied with just a nice dinner and commemorative watch, golf or tennis lessons, or arts and crafts courses at the local Senior Center, many of us want a lot more out of our “golden years.” The experts are baffled but they really shouldn’t be, it has been coming for a while. After nearly a century of decline the… 
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