After the 2008 crisis, people 62 or older who were laid off were much less likely than younger workers to return to the workforce.
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More than 20% of Americans 65 and older live in rural areas, according to the Census Bureau.
Why? Because the stock market is up.
A quarter of adults in their 50s and early 60s worry about paying for health insurance.
"I'm realizing I don't even know what I don't know," said Janet Johnson, 63.
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Fewer people these days have pensions, and those who do live with the risk that their employer might run out of money.