MODERN LIVING: No Time to Quit

Most American men do not want a life of complete leisure when they reach retirement age. So Northwestern National Life Insurance Co. concluded last week after polling 3,000 of its policyholders of all ages. Results: only 24% wanted to stop working altogether at retirement age, 39% hoped to cut down their work load slightly, while 37% preferred to keep going full steam as long as they could. Their favorite goal for part-time occupation after retirement: small-scale farming. Most popular hobby: hunting & fishing.


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