Sixty-three percent of employed U.S. adults intend to keep working even after they hit retirement age—but on a part-time basis.

That's according to Gallup's Economy and Personal Finance survey, which also reveals that an additional 11 percent intend to work full time once they hit retirement age—while 25 percent of employed Americans plan to stop working altogether.

In previous iterations of the poll, results were similar in that working adults are most likely to say they intend to "continue working, and work part time." However, over the same time period, the number of respondents who plan to "stop working altogether" has increased.

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