The Federal Security Agency reported to Congress that in 1943, of
some 900,000 U.S. workers who had become eligible to retire (at
65) on their Federal old-age benefits, about two-thirds preferred to
keep on working for the time being. Explained FSA, taking patriotism
for granted: "current work opportunities and wage rates. . . ."
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