Do you think its fair that senior citizens still have to work to survive?
I personally work with a senior citizen about 67 years old who still works 3 30-40 hours a week each jobs. I applaud his work ethic but do you think its fair that individuals at this age have to work this much in order to survive and pay their bills?
Sure its fair. If someone prepares for retirement , good for them. If someone doesn't prepare, thats their choice. It's called freedom to chose. Ain't it GREAT?
by Sherri 6 years ago
Personal advice resources for senior citizens
by Alfreta Sailor 6 years ago
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by lboggie 7 years ago
are senior citizens eligible for the free phone and minutes a month.
by Edwin Clark 2 years ago
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by DS 6 years ago
Are baby boomers considered middle age or senior citizens?
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