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Instead of heading south for the winter, advances in medical care have given baby boomers a new lease on life. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Baby boomers are once again booming in the U.S. workforce. As many as 32 percent of those 65 to 69 and 19 percent of those 70 to 74 years old are currently employed. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2024, 36 percent will still be on the job, up from just 22 percent in 1994.   

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