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Feeling jobbed

Work for teens scarcer as elders defer retirement

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe StaffKathy Palliola, 64, said she is ''too young to retire'' from her job at CVS in Spencer. Her husband, Mario, 70, works in the pharmacy. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe StaffKathy Palliola, 64, said she is ''too young to retire'' from her job at CVS in Spencer. Her husband, Mario, 70, works in the pharmacy. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / February 28, 2009

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Three months away from her 65th birthday, when many people are getting ready to retire, Kathy Palliola has no plans to give up her job at the CVS store in Spencer, where she spends up to 20 hours a week working the greeting card section and helping on cash registers. (Full article: 1087 words)

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