Your Senior Year: How to Prepare for the Next 45 Years

October 1, 2014

College seniors are underway in their final year of school, anticipating a graduation and job hunt in the months ahead.

Because you’ve been so focused on the past three years, you may not have considered this: If you graduate when you’re 22 years old, and if the age of retirement remains at 67 (this is when people can start receiving full Social Security benefits), then our active career will last about 45 years.

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