29%

of Baby Boomers ages 65 to 72 were working or looking for work in 2018

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: By comparison, 21 percent of members of the Silent Generation (those born 1928 to 1945) and 19 percent of members of the Greatest Generation (those born 1910 to 1927) were working or looking for work when they were the same age.

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