A report has found that, while job choices available to workersas they age from their early-50s to their mid-60s do narrow, basedon socioeconomic status, choices are not as limited as they used tobe.

The report from the Center for Retirement Research at BostonCollege, based on a recent study, sought to learn just how much joboptions narrowed for older workers, and whether the pattern variesby gender or by socioeconomic status.

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