Most Americans need to work right up until their 60s — or later — to have enough money for retirement, but how much they’ll save highly depends on the type of job they have, especially if that work is in the gig economy. Older workers are at risk when they take nontraditional jobs, such as freelance and on-demand work like driving and copy-editing. A third or less of workers have an “ideal” situation, where they’re consistently working a traditional job with benefits between ages 50 and 62.
See: Center for Retirement Research, Gig, Health, Retirement, Savings
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