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Retirement age, but staying on the job

Working senior population continues to grow

Lorraine Greenfield retired 10 years ago as superintendent of Marshfield schools. She now directs a program for teachers at Lesley University. Lorraine Greenfield retired 10 years ago as superintendent of Marshfield schools. She now directs a program for teachers at Lesley University. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Johanna Seltz
Globe Correspondent / September 23, 2010

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DEDHAM — Judy and David Rosenthal, both in their 70s, think about retiring, but they’re too busy working — happy members of the “unretired generation,’’ the growing numbers of senior citizens who have chosen to stay in their jobs. (Full article: 930 words)

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