They may be retired, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't rather be on the job—if the circumstances were right.

A RAND Corporation study finds that more than half of retirees would go back to work given the right opportunities—and HRDive reports that the study also highlights the need to provide older workers with jobs thanks to a stressed Social Security system and slowing growth of the economy.

Lots of older people would rather—or need to—work because of inadequate retirement savings, says the report.

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