Americans are optimistic about the prospect of a lifespan that’s an average of 30 years longer than lifespans were 100 years ago — but they're not sure how they'll afford it. (Photo: AP)

While they’re optimistic about the potential for living longer, workers aren’t all that upbeat about being able to afford an extended lifespan.

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