• Receiving a pension while working. Whether full or partial, receiving some sort of pension while working part time would have kept between 44 percent and 50 percent of workers on the job.
  • lFeeling needed.
  • Contract work. Almost 40 percent said seasonal or contract work would have encouraged them to delay retirement.
  • Pay raise. One-third said more money would have been effective. Of those who ranked this one in the top two, 56 percent said it might have persuaded them to stay for two years or more.
  • Health benefits.
  • Working from home.
  • Part-time work.

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