John Pham, a program officer with Reserve Inc., reviews the resume of Bob Drake, 63, at an AARP Career event aimed at helping older workers improve their job search Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Older Americans, employed and unemployed, may never recover financially from this latest recession, and more than half don’t foresee themselves having enough money to live comfortably in their retirement.

These are new findings from AARP’s latest Public Policy Insitute report. The report is a collection of data taken from a survey of more than 5,000 Americans – age 50 and over – who were employed, had been employed, or were seeking employment during the three year recessionary period before they were surveyed online last October.

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