Age 65 isn't the retirement milestone it once was—at least not for a good chunk of Americans, who are postponing their departure from the workplace till they're older.

That's according to Gallup's annual Economy and Personal Finance survey, which found that 37 percent of workers expect to retire after age 65. That percentage, said Gallup, is consistent with recent years, but it's up from 31 percent in 2009 and way up from 1995, when just 14 percent said they planned to prolong their careers.

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