2 factors that affect retirement age: lack of autonomy and -- heat?
CRR researchers studied health claim and HR records of nearly 5,000 people at 26 manufacturing plants to find what drove early retirement.
By Marlene Satter and BenefitsPRO editors|January 27, 2020 at 08:03 AM
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The age at which workers retire is affected by not just their health (or health issues) but also the demands of the job, and either of these could drive an earlier retirement date or a later one.
But according to a study from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, the health issues can be broken down into “a small number of distinct work trajectories”—six, in fact—while two job demands affect retirement, even after controlling for health factors.
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